According to the latest report from Statcounter, Windows 11 jumped from 23% to 26% in October 2023. Statcounter's data indicate that 26.14% of all Windows computers run Windows 11.
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StatCounter has published its September 2023 report with the latest stats about desktop operating systems. According to the data, Windows 11's market share is unchanged and not going anywhere.
Statcounter's July 2023 report is out with new numbers about browsers, operating systems, search engines, more. According to the latest findings, Edge remains the third most popular desktop browser.
According to the latest report from Valve, Windows 11 continues to get more popular among gamers. Although it is nowhere near Windows 10, in May 2023, the OS reached its all-time high of 34%.
Valve's monthly Hardware & Software Survey results are out, showing the latest (and a bit confusing) operating system stats: after taking a massive nosedive, Windows 11 is back to its all-time high.
Slow but steady, Windows 11 continues growing and gaining more users. Statcounter's latest report shows that the latest Windows instalment has just crossed its all-time high mark of 23%.
The latest report from Statcounter reveals a dramatic change in the desktop browser market. Safari, the only non-cross-platform mainstream browser, has overtaken Edge in the race for second place.
Valve's latest Steam Hardware & Software Survey reveals a puzzling picture of Windows 11 making a steep nosedive and losing almost one-third of its market share, reaching a 22.41% mark.
The latest StatCounter data reveals Windows 11's continuous growth. According to the March 2023 report, Windows 11 now has almost 21% of the market, while Windows 10 also keeps gaining users.
Statcounter's February 2023 report is here with the latest details about the desktop operating systems market. According to the findings, Windows 11 is now almost on every fifth PC.
Valve has published its monthly Hardware & Software Survey results, revealing a major milestone for Windows 11. Microsoft's latest operating system now has more than 30% of users on Steam.
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.
The latest Steam Hardware and Software Survey results are here, with new data about PC configurations customers use to play games. It shows Windows 11's steady climb and Windows 10's decrease.
The latest Steam Hardware & Software Survey is here to show how Windows 11 is doing among gamers and what hardware choices are the most popular on the primary PC gaming marketplace.
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.
Valve has released the latest Steam Hardware & Software Survey results, revealing a somewhat stalled growth of Windows 11. The operating system went from almost 25% to a 23.37% mark.
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 Steam Hardware and Software Survey report from Valve shows Windows 11 losing a tiny fraction of its customers for the first time since the public launch in October 2021.
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 Steam shows that the latest operating system from Microsoft is growing steadily. In April 2022, Windows 11 gained more than 2% and now holds almost 19% of the market.
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.
AdDuplex has released its monthly report detailing how Windows 11 and older Windows 10 versions gain or lose users. In April 2022, Windows 11 again struggled to increase its market share.
The monthly Steam Hardware Survey results for March 2022 show Windows 11's continuous climb. Last month, Microsoft's latest OS managed to gain 1.25 points and reach an all-time high of 16.84%.
According to the latest data from Adduplex, Windows 11 had a hard time gaining more users in March 2022. Adduplex claims Windows 11 currently holds a 19.4% share with no notable changes.
The latest hardware and software survey on Steam shows Windows 11 steadily climbing and stealing users from Windows 10. According to the February 2022 report, almost 16% have moved over to it.
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.
Apple has shared statistics regarding how it made the App Store a safer place in 2020. This includes rejecting over 200,000 apps for violating privacy and blocking fraudulent developer activity.
Microsoft reported $10 billion in revenue in the 2020 calendar year for its security business. The company highlighted that its solutions are used by over 400,000 customers in 120 countries.
Facebook has shared some stats regarding user engagement in the U.S. prior to the elections. Following the race being called, heart reacts increased while angry reacts remained at usual levels.
The Redmond tech giant has revealed some interesting statistics for its Microsoft News service, including the fact that it now has over 500 million monthly readers spread across 180 countries.
Google has published its latest Android platform usage stats that show Android 8.x Nougat now on almost a quarter of active devices and Pie 9.0 still scrounging for 0.1% usage to get on the charts.
Microsoft has updated its "By the Numbers" website, providing interesting tidbits of information about the company and its products, such as Cortana being asked 18 billion questions since its launch.
Google released the latest usage stats for Android a few days ago, and sadly it still shows that less than 15% of all devices that accessed Google Play are on Android 8.0 Oreo. That's pretty weak.
The latest monthly report from Steam shows Windows 10 continuing its march towards 60% of the userbase, while Windows Mixed Reality continues to gradually chip away in the VR headset space.
Since the Android usage stats arrived late last month, it's no surprise that the list of different versions have barely moved in the last few weeks. However, it does show a trend - slow adoption.
Apple has now released a new analytics tool for podcasters in order to aid listening habits. The new tool will provide podcasters with average statistics regarding listening habits.
The latest statistics from separate firms indicate that Windows 7 is continuing to stumble in terms of market share while Windows 10 is steadily rising. Overall, Windows still dominates the market.