Market research data shows that the market share of Windows 11 is approaching 1%
Although Microsoft restricts Windows 11 to only run on supported hardware, the current Windows 11 development version can bypass such restrictions.
Many users who want to experience the new system successfully deploy Windows 11 by modifying the registry, which makes the system’s market share rapidly increase.
Market survey data shows that the current market share of Windows 11 has approached 1%. It is important to know that less than a month has passed since the first development test version was released.
Market survey data from Adduplex shows that the current version of Windows 10 20H2 still has the largest number of users. In the past, a new version of Windows 10 can reach its peak in about half a year after the release, and the market share of a single version can reach as high as 85% to 95%.
This shows that users are not very interested in upgrading such minor updates, after all, these minor updates do not actually bring more new features worthy of attention.
The market share of the newly launched Windows 11 development version is rapidly increasing. Since the first version was released on June 29, the market share of Windows 11 has approached 1%.
The market share of the Windows 10 development version has fallen to 0.2%. Obviously, more users have upgraded to Windows 11 by bypassing the security chip.
This should be good news for Microsoft, which shows that many users love Windows 11 and therefore upgrade to the development version during the testing phase.