Recently, Valve released
the results of its Steam hardware survey for June 2022. In the latest issue of the report, the most conspicuous change came from the Windows 11 operating system, whose share exceeded the 20% mark for the first time, and its share increased by 1.77% to 22.03% within a month.
11 operating system was released in October last year and was only available to mainstream users for nine months. As with any new Windows operating system, there are some unwelcome elements in the new version, but with Microsoft’s quick updates, many minor issues are quickly resolved, coupled with the arrival of Intel’s new generation of platforms, the overall situation continues to improve. Soon the Windows 11 operating system will usher in the first major update, which will include many new features and optimizations, and I believe it will take it to a higher level.
In terms of graphics cards, the overall situation has not changed. The top three are still Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 1060, GTX 1650, and GTX 1050 Ti, and the three products based on the Ampere architecture with the largest increases are GeForce RTX 3060 Mobile, RTX 3060, and RTX 3050.
In terms of processors, AMD’s market share has been increasing in the past few months, but Intel has recovered a lot last month, increasing its share by 1.28%, always occupying more than two-thirds of the share. If AMD wants to go further, it needs to come up with more convincing products. In addition, 6-core processors are still more than 4-core processors, becoming the highest proportion of processor cores.