Windows 7 continues to lead with confidence in the market for desktop...

Windows 7 continues to lead with confidence in the market for desktop operating systems

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Windows 7 continues to lead with confidence in the market for desktop operating systems

Known research and analyst firm Net Market Share, collects data on market shares of mobile browsers and operating systems, has released a report with the results of the actual development of desktop operating systems in recent years. The number of used desktop platforms included such popular development as Mac OS X 10.9, Windows Vista, Windows 8, Mac OS X 10.10, as well as Windows 8.1, Windows XP, and of course, Windows 7. Let us learn more and more rather interesting Statistics.

Thus, according to recent data of Net Market Share, the net share of the global market for Windows 7 is 59.04% – this version of the Windows operating system from software giant Microsoft is still the most popular and expanding its influence, despite the fact that it has long been trying to outshine update Windows 8.1, as well as the soon to be released update large-scale Windows 10. The second and third places after the legendary Windows 7 camped generation of Windows XP and Windows 8.1 – they hold 16.94% and 10.55%, respectively. Then there are the current versions of the operating system for computers from Apple – Mac OS X has a market share of 1.61% for version 10.9 and 3.94% to 10.10.

Windows 7 continues to lead with confidence in the market for desktop operating systems

Recall that research and analyst firm Net Market Share calculates these numbers, doing tracking web analytics. Recent data show that Windows 7 still holds the leading position among the largest, most popular and used worldwide PC operating systems. Windows 8.1, of course, was adopted by the users warm enough, because with this update have been fixed a number of bugs that come with Windows 8 because of the introduction of the new user interface for mobile devices and PCs with touch screens, but it has not reached the level of popularity of Windows 7. Now it gets interesting, as the show itself a new Windows 10.

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