Windows 10 is now more than one year old, but Microsoft continues its efforts to move as many users as possible to the new operating system, and according to data provided by the company itself, this push is already paying off.
If you’re a long-time Microsoft watcher, you probably know that third-party market research firms put Windows 10 at approximately 20 percent market share, which is quite good for an operating system launched approximately 13 months ago.
But according to Microsoft’s own data, Windows 10 is doing a tad better, as it’s now running on 39 percent of Windows PCs. These figures are provided on the Developer resources page and include Windows Store trends, with Microsoft revealing that Windows 10 improved 3 percent in July 2016 from 36 percent in the month before.
Windows 7 still leading the pack