October 1, 2014
According to data from NetMarketShare, that is precisely what happened this month of September 2014. Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 have seen their respective market shares reduced compared to the data recorded in August. The first of them has seen its share of the distribution reduced from 6.28% to 5.59%, while the second has gone from having 7.09% to representing 6.67% of the operating systems market.
The situation could not be serious if Windows 8 had lost share in favor of Windows 8.1, after all the logical thing is that the update continues to spread, but that is not the case. The problem is that the one who has gained the market, once again, is Windows 7. The previous version of the operating system continues to be intractable and has managed to reach a new peak in its long history with a 52.71% market share.
via Windows 8 and 8.1 they lose market share, while Windows 7 grows and the world waits for Windows 10.
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