December 2, 2014
According to data from Statcounter, the use of Windows 8.1 outperformed Windows XP for the first time and slightly last November. This is partly due to the record increase in Windows 8.1 installations, which raised their share from 9.31 percent the previous month to 10.95 percent.
Meanwhile, Windows XP usage continues to plummet after completing its seventh full month without Microsoft support, going from 11.95 to 10.69 percent. Windows 8 usage also fell from 5.94 to 4.9 percent in November.
But none of this seems to hurt Windows 7, whose use has increased for the second month in a row. The operating system, with five years of life, currently represents 50.34 percent of the park installed on desktop PCs, making it the most popular operating system by far.
via Windows 8.1 beats XP, but Windows 7 is still king | Computerworld Venezuela.
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