At present, Microsoft is mainly concerned about the Windows 10 market share is growing, and more and more close to Windows 7, but does not necessarily mean that the two can switch at any time. In fact, Windows 10 growth is slow and Windows 7 monthly market share of a slight decline are shown, Windows 10 takes longer to replace Windows 7.
Microsoft currently plans to end the January 2010 technical support for Windows 7. If the Windows 7 market share can not be fast enough to decline, then even if the operating system is lost support and the system is still vulnerable to attack, but the user refused to upgrade, Microsoft will face another Windows XP dilemma.
Specifically, Windows 7 in September to maintain a 46.22% market share, followed by Windows 10 accounted for 28.65%. Compared with last month, Windows 7 market share fell 2.21%, while Windows 10 rose 0.66%.