Statcounter: 23% of all Windows computers run Windows 11.


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In addition to up-to-date data on desktop and mobile browsers (there are some interesting changes), Statcounter’s report provides insight into operating systems, allowing developers and regular customers to see how different OSes are performing. are popular.

Disclaimer: Third party reports are never 100% accurate. Learn how Statcounter collects its data. In a post on the official website.

According to the April 2023 report, Windows 11 reached an all-time high of 23.01%, an increase of 2.06 points compared to March 2023. Despite continued growth, Windows 10 ended up with a massive 71.45% market share, which is slowly going down. Rising rapidly after the end of Windows 7 support, Windows 11 remains an almost unattainable target, especially when you consider Microsoft’s rumored release of Windows “12” in late 2024.

Another dramatic shift in Microsoft’s approach to releasing “major” Windows versions could result in Windows 10 turning into another Windows 7—an OS people refuse to give up, even after support in October 2025. Given the impending end of (Microsoft has already confirmed version 22H2 is the last feature update for Windows 10).

A chart showing the market shares of different versions of Windows.

Windows 10 and 11 hold 94.46% of the market, leaving the remaining releases, such as Windows 7 and 8, at just over 5%. Windows 7 has 3.78% (+0.05 points), and Windows 8.1 is still there. At 0.85% of all PCs (-0.01 points). Not surprisingly, people still access the Internet from computers running various versions of Windows XP. Statcounter says about 0.35% of the market OS Microsoft laid to rest nearly a decade ago.

  1. Windows 10 – 71.45% (-0.09 points)
  2. Windows 11 – 23.01% (+2.06 points)
  3. Windows 7 – 3.78% (-0.05 points)
  4. Windows 8.1 – 0.85% (+0.01 points)
  5. Windows 8 – 0.44% (-0.07 points)

You can find more information about the latest OS statistics from Statcounter. On the official website.


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