In the past period of time, the market share of Windows 10 has steadily increased. According to expectations, the market share of the system should continue to increase. This is mainly because Windows 7 will end support early next year, and for the time being there is very little time left, so enterprises are deploying and upgrading on a large scale. Interestingly, the latest market survey data shows that Windows 10’s market share has stopped growing, and it is amazing that the share has also fallen slightly.
The latest data released by market research company NetMarketShare shows that Windows 10 market share was 53.78%, compared with 54.30% last month. Although it seems that this market share has only experienced a very slight decline, Windows 10 has experienced an average growth of 3% to 5% per month in the previous months. Other operating systems in terms of market share have not changed significantly.
The rapid growth of Windows 10 market share is due to the end of Windows 7 support, and now it is estimated that enterprises willing to upgrade should have completed the upgrade. This may be the main reason why the market share of Windows 10 started to stop growing. After all, companies in most countries are rushing to complete the batch upgrade before Christmas.