Microsoft officially released Windows 11 to the public on October 5, and even before we head into December, Microsoft’s latest desktop operating system has already gained a significant share of the market, according to a recent poll. survey of AdDuplex.
AdDuplex has exit numbers for November 2021, giving us an insight into the market share of different versions of the Windows desktop operating system. According to the latest AdDuplex data, Windows 11 currently accounts for 8.6% (compared to 4.8% in September) of the total Windows operating system market share, while 0.3% of users use Windows 11 Insider Builds. Simply put, Windows 11 claims a total of 8.9% usage rate.
Windows 10 21H1 update is the most popular version of this operating system with 36.3% market share.
In second place is the Windows 10 20H2 update with 31.8% market share. Following the 20H2 update is the Windows 10 May 2020 update which is currently running on 11% of Windows 10 PCs. On the other hand, the Windows 10 November 2021 update, on the other hand, accounts for 3.7% of the usage market share, in when Windows 10 1909 accounted for 3.6% market share.
It should be noted that the AdDuplex data is based on nearly 80,000 PCs running the UWP store app, so it doesn’t paint the whole picture.
https://mspoweruser.com/adduplex-windows-11-share-november-2021/ AdDuplex: Nearly 10% of PCs are running Windows 11