Windows 10: Windows by the numbers: Itís a topsy-turvy world, with Windows 10 down


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       05 May 2018 #1

    Windows by the numbers: Itís a topsy-turvy world, with Windows 10 down


    The status of both Windows 7 and Windows 10 remained muddled in April, an analytics vendor said this week, with their expected progress - Windows 7 in decline, 10 on the rise - again upended.

    According to California-based Net Applications, Windows 7 added more than a tenth of a percentage point of user share - an estimate of the portion of all PCs powered by that operating system - in April, ending the month on 43.6% of the world's PCs and on 49.3% of all systems running a flavor of Windows. (The second number is larger than the first because Windows accounted for 88.4% of all operating systems, not 100%.)
    Meanwhile, Windows 10 was flat last month, accounting for 33.8% of all personal computer operating systems and 38.2% of all those running Windows.

    Net Applications' latest data resembled that of March, when the metrics company said Windows 10 had dropped by the largest-ever amount and the should-be-disappearing Windows 7 had added the largest amount since the middle of 2015, before Windows 10 appeared.

    Read more:

    March 2018 data: Windows 10 user share drops, but Win7 gains | Computerworld
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  2.    05 May 2018 #1

    Percentages don't matter. Numbers do.

    1. How many Windows 10 instances came online during the period?
    2. How many went offline?
    3. How many Windows 7 instances came online?
    4. How many went offline?

    Every instance in #1 above is revenue for Microsoft.
    Every instance in #2 and 4 represents no revenue for anyone.
    Every instance in #3 ... hey wait, is anyone BUYING Windows 7 anymore? Maybe.
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