Various third-party data shows that the user volume and market share of Windows 10 are slowly increasing, but there is still a significant gap from Windows 7, but at Microsoft, Windows 10 has long surpassed the old generation.
According to Microsoft's official data,Windows 10's global monthly active users have officially exceeded the 600 million mark, Including desktops, laptops, tablets, Xbox One consoles, MR mixed reality devices, and so on, the phone is naturally not.
According to Microsoft, the market share of Windows 10 has reached 48%, which is more than 9 percentage points ahead of Windows 7, and the Windows 8 series also accounts for 13%.
In fact, Microsoft announced in September 2017 that Windows 10 had caught up with Windows 7, and that share was 43%.
However, the situation in different regions is very different, such asGreater China dragged its leg seriously, with Windows 10 only 35%, far behind Windows 7 55%, and it has become more common.
A bit like Steam, Microsoft is also counting the hardware configuration of Windows users:
44% of users have 4GB of memory, 31% of 8GB and 6% of 16GB.
In terms of hard disk capacity, 500GB accounted for 29%, 21TB for 1TB, and 22% for 250GB, but it should be a mix of SSDs and mechanical HDDs.
The number of processor cores is 67% and no less than two, and 32% is no less than four.
Processor power consumption is 51% less than 20W, 25% 21-50W.
The game resolution is up to 62% on 720p and 32% on 1080p.
GPU graphics cards have 69% integrated graphics and 26% discrete graphics.
The graphics card DX version is 69% supported by the latest DX12, leaving only 17% of DX11.
Memory is 78% no more than 2GB, 14% 4GB.