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Microsoft is pushing Windows 10, but 15-year-old Windows XP refuses to die

via:博客园     time:2016/6/7 9:00:13     readed:931

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Although Windows XP has been around for 15 years, but surprisingly, statistics show that it is still one of the world's most popular desktop operating system in the next few years, it is still not easy to die. Although Microsoft launched Windows 10, and so hard to promote a free upgrade for everyone, but according to statistics, compared to last year, this year Windows XP market share declined by only about 4.5%, which is a Microsoft has been unable to get any updates operating system and security patches is very valuable.

A year ago, Windows XP's market share was 14.6% in July last year was 11.72 percent market share, Microsoft also launched in July last year, Windows 10, but until last August, Windows XP's market share recovered to 12.14% last year, in September the figure was 12.21 percent, the market share of Windows XP and then start to decline until January, and then Windows XP's market share began to rise, up from 10.93 percent in December last year to January this year 11.42%.

In the past few months, Windows XP continues at a very slow rate of loss of market share, its market share in March was 10.90 percent, its market share was 10.09 percent in April, May was 10.63 percent market share.

Undoubtedly, Windows XP takes a long time to disappear completely, these statistics also show that, Windows 10 desktop operating system market is still unable to make a difference, no matter how hard Microsoft tries to promote Windows 10.

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