The AdDuplex study reveals that the Windows 10 20H2 edition utilization rate approaches 10%

The last monthly update on Windows 10 use in 2020 was issued by AdDuplex a few days before the end of the year. As always, on December 28, AdDuplex obtained this data from around 5,000 apps in the Microsoft Store that use AdDuplex SDK v2 or higher. Nearly 80,000 PCs were surveyed by AdDuplex, which is smaller than the normal 100,000 sample size of these studies.

The data reveals that as the new iteration of the operating system, the Windows 10 20H2 version has further risen from 8.8 percent in November to 13.6 percent . Similarly, as more and more users moved from the old version of the operating system to the current version of the operating system, the share of the 2004 version grew from 37.6 percent to 40.4 percent, i.e. the revised version in May 2020.

The 1909 version also improved last month, and its consumption share was approximately the same as the 2004 version, but its share decreased from 36.4 percent to 33.2 percent in December, which is similar to the October results. Around the same time, from 10.2 percent to 7.1 percent, the 1903 edition dropped even more badly, now only in single digits. There is a certain degree of regression in almost every old edition of Windows 10. Instead of 2 percent, version 1809 is now 1.5 percent . Instead of 2.2 percent, version 1803 is 1.7 percent . Users running 1709 or older models have fallen from 2.4% now to 2.2%. The internal beta edition will remain at 0.3% . Use share. Use share.

The adoption rate of the Windows 10 20H2 update seems to have slowed down this month from the viewpoint of adoption patterns, likely because consumers are celebrating the Christmas holiday.