According to the latest report from Statcounter, Windows 11 has crossed the 18% mark. The operating system continues its way up the ladder, although the current king of the hill is not giving up.
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Statcounter has released the January 2023 report with details about the mainstream browser. While the overall picture remains (and will remain) unchanged, all players have modest gains and losses.
Statcounter's monthly report is out, bringing new data about desktop browsers and operating systems. According to the latest findings, Edge did not gain much audience in December 2022.
This edition of Microsoft Weekly is jampacked with news about the slow but inevitable rise of Windows 11 in market share, some new builds and associated issues, along with a "Windows 12" concept.
The desktop browser market is a massive, slowly moving ship. However, some of the leading players continue demonstrating steady growth. Microsoft Edge, for example, now has more than 11% market share.
Here is the latest report from Statcounter, shedding light on desktop operating systems and revealing new information about Windows 11's continuous climb to dethrone its predecessor.
This week's edition of Microsoft Weekly is jam-packed with news about Windows 11, including items related to its performance and bugs, growth, as well as some new features that were recently added.
Statcounter's latest report shows that Microsoft has difficulty getting its browser past 11%. Although Edge is the second most popular desktop choice, its market share remains relatively unchanged.
The latest report from Statcounter reveals that Windows 11 is not tremendously popular among PC users. Only 15% of Windows computers run Microsoft's latest OS one year after its launch.
The latest data from Statcounter shows Microsoft Edge steadily climbing in an attempt to reach an 11% market share. Other browsers lost some points, leaving the overall picture unchanged.
The latest data from Statcounter shows Microsoft Edge climbing steadily on the desktop browser market. In July 2022, Edge reached a 10.84% market share, up 0.2 points from 10.64% in June 2022.
The latest report from StatCounter reveals that Microsoft Edge is slowly gaining more users. In May 2022, the browser reached a 10.11% market share, which is roughly 212 million users.
According to the latest data from StatCounter, Microsoft Edge now has a 10% share of the desktop browser market, which is a significant milestone for the browser introduced seven years ago.
Statcounter published March 2022 report revealing that Microsoft Edge is now the second most popular browser. It managed to overtake Safari in the desktop market by reaching 9.61%.
According to StatCounter data, iPhones are a whole lot more common than people expect in quite a number of countries. In a fewer number of places, iOS is even used on more than 50% of mobiles.
StatCounter has published its Windows desktop market share report for the month of January 2018, saying that for the first time, Windows 10 has surpassed Windows 7 in worldwide market share.
Current trends in market share show that Windows 10 may finally step out of its elder sibling's shadow, with the rate of increase enabling it to gain the upper hand by the year's end.
The latest reports for the market share of browsers are in, and they indicate that Google Chrome is continuing its dominance while Microsoft Edge just isn't good enough for Windows 10 users.
While the market share report from two separate firms shows various contrasting aspects, one thing that both the reports agree on is the statement that Windows 7 is losing market share.
Latest reports indicate that Windows 10 and Windows 7 have grown in market share, whereas Windows XP has faced a considerable decline, and fallen below 7% for the first time, according to one firm.
The latest report for browser market share has remained more or less unchanged compared with last month. Chrome remains the unchallenged leader in the web browser space, and IE continues to plummet.
Microsoft's Windows has held the crown of being the most-used operating system in the world for over two decades. But its reign has come to an end as Google's Android has trumped its rival OS.
The OS is coming into its own by becoming the most-used desktop OS in most of developed countries. But, it still lags behind Windows 7 in developing countries like India and Brazil.
After almost a year of Windows 10's release, the OS has steadily grown in popularity. With this, according to StatCounter, Windows 10 is now the most used desktop operating system in North America.
Data acquired by StatCounter suggests that usage share for Firefox globally surpassed Internet Explorer for the first time. In spite of this feat, Google Chrome remains the dominant browser.
Microsoft's Windows 10 is now installed on more than 53 million machines, and StatCounter is reporting that as of last week, the OS had taken nearly 5% of the market, which is a big win for the OS.
StatCounter's numbers claim that there is one global territory where the OS market share of Windows 8 is far higher than anywhere else, in the small island territory of New Zealand called Tokelau.
Numbers from StatCounter claim that Windows XP is still the most used operating system in eight countries and territories around the world, including China and Vietnam.
The debate on whether Chrome or IE is the most used web browser continues, thanks to new data from rival research firms StatCounter and Net Applications.
New numbers from StatCounter claim that, six months after the launch of Windows 8, Microsoft's latest OS is installed and used on 4.69 percent of all PCs worldwide.
Data from the StatCounter service shows that Windows 8 is currently installed on 3.77 percent of all PCs that the service monitors, compared to 2.34 percent from the beginning of 2013.
Neowin has received information from StatCounter which seems to show Windows 8's adoption rate below that of Windows 7 in its first month, and suggests Hurricane Sandy could be to blame.
StatCounter and Net Applications still can't agree if Google's Chrome web browser is indeed ahead of Microsoft's Internet Explorer in web browser market share.
A new projection of figures supplied by StatCounter shows that Microsoft's Windows Phone OS could overtake Research in Motion's Blackberry operating system in the US market sometime this fall.
StatCounter has published its monthly statistics for July and shows that Chrome continues to climb while Firefox and IE are continuing their decline in market share. Make the jump to learn more.
New data from StatCounter suggests that the massive user growth for Google's Chrome browser has now reach a plateau while Microsoft's Internet Explorer fall has slowed.
New data from StatCounter claims that Windows 7 is now installed on 50.2 percent of all PCs worldwide, but Net Applications still shows Windows XP with a slight lead.
StatCounter posted up a recent blog entry which went into heavy detail about how how it feels its web browser statistics are better than Net Applications, which are favored by Microsoft for IE stats.
For the first time in many years, Internet Explorer has lost its majority crown for worldwide browser market share, falling to Google Chrome by the smallest of margins in the past week
New statistics from StatCounter claim that the most popular screen resolution for PC monitors is now 1366x768 as it has overtaken 1024x768 for the first time since stats were first recorded in 2009.