Windows by the numbers: Finally, the 7-to-10 migration kicks into high gear

Windows by the numbers: Finally, the 7-to-10 migration kicks into high gear




Now we’re talkin’.

A month after Windows users took a break from dumping Windows 7 for Windows 10, in July they put shoulders to various wheels and … shoved.

According to web metrics vendor Net Applications, Windows 7’s share of all personal computers plunged precipitously last month, falling 3.6 percentage points – the second-largest amount in a single month for the aged OS – to end July at 31.8%. Meanwhile, Windows 7’s portion of only those PCs running Windows also plummeted, falling to 36%, a number not seen since late 2011 when the operating system was barely two years old and busily nibbling away at Windows XP.

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