What’s Pushing More and More Windows Users to Linux?
As everybody knows already, Linux has recently recorded massive growth, with its market share increasing pretty much every single month as more users decided to give the platform a shot.
This data pretty much speaks for itself. While Windows is more or less losing ground, Linux keeps growing, so at first glance, there’s a very obvious transition that’s happening from Microsoft’s operating system to the world of Linux.
The en-masse switch to Linux isn’t necessarily surprising when we look at the recent changes that happened for Windows users.
Microsoft ended support for Windows 7 in January this year, asking users still running the 2009 operating system to upgrade to Windows 10.
For many, however, Windows 7 was the only way to go as far as Microsoft’s operating system was concerned. And this happened for two reasons.
First, it’s because Windows 7 was just running smoothly on their devices, and these users don’t want to spend extra on new hardware to enjoy the…