Windows 7 Market Share

Posted: 09/04/2011 in In The News, Microsoft, Windows, Windows 7, XP
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According to the latest results of the market share of desktop operating system in the U.S. in April 2011 compiled by StatCounter, you see people as they are finally leaving Windows XP back and get an upgrade to Windows 7. For the first time since he became the most popular operating system around, the share of Windows XP in the market has been superseded by Windows 7.

Windows 7 is now used in 31.71% of computers in the U.S., while Windows XP has been reduced to 31.56%. Now luck is not an advantage, but show that Windows XP has finally peaked and is on track now. Windows Vista is in third place with 19.07%, Mac OS X in fourth place with 14.87%, Linux is the last to 0.70% and other operating systems make up 2.09% number of the letter. Makes you wonder if there are users in Windows 3.1 still there. How many of you have yet to upgrade to Windows 7 from XP or Vista?

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