Windows 7, still the second most common operating system, is not gone

Webmaster’s Home News on November 4:

Wednesday, November 4, 2020, 7:34 GMT

Data analysis company NetMarketShare revealed that the number of Windows 10 users has increased again, from 61.26% last month (September) to 64.04%. Linux (multiple distributions) rose from 1.14% to 1.65%, and Ubuntu now has a 0.51% market share.

Because Windows 7 has a large number of enterprise users, the market share of the system has declined, but there are still many users still using it.

According to NetMarketShare data, Windows7 dropped to 20.41% from 22.77% last month. The report shows that 20.41% of desktop computers are still using Windows 7. To make matters worse, some people are still using Windows XP.

As of October 2020, the market share of Windows XP was 0.87%, and macOS X 10.15 dropped slightly from 5.11% to 4.88%.