Not Even Linux Can Stop the Fast Rise of Windows 10
Windows 10 is more than five years old, and while its adoption improved slowly at first, things have changed completely these days.
We’ve known for a while that Windows 10 was the number one desktop operating system, but the latest statistics show that its growth keeps improving every single month, and there’s little the other platforms can do to stop this impressive market performance.
Not even Linux, the platform that recorded an important growth in the first half of the year, can slow down the adoption of Windows 10.
More specifically, Windows as a whole is now powering 86.98 percent of the entire PC market, while Linux currently runs on 2.69 percent of the devices out there. For Windows, this is actually a small decline from 87.03 percent in July, but for Linux, the drop has been massive, its previous market share was 3.57 percent.
And yes, you’ve guessed it right. macOS is the big winner of the whole thing, as it improved from 8.95 percent to 9.55 percent in… (read…