Statistics agency AdDuplex has published the results of a recent study of the prevalence of various versions of the Windows 10 operating system.
While the most recent major update Windows 10 20H2 is steadily gaining popularity, the May 2020 update, Windows 10 2004 is loosing ground. The Windows 10 2004 version took the lead only in October, gaining then 37.7%.
In the November ranking, Windows 10 2004 has a 37.6% share and still ranks first. The share of Windows 10 20H2 increased to 8.8% from the previous symbolic 1.7%, which allowed this update to take the fourth place. Last year’s autumn update Windows 10 1909 with 36.4% and the spring Windows 10 1903 with 10.2% remained in second and third places.
Note that Windows 10 1909 is even up 32.4% from last month. This happened after Microsoft began automatically migrating PC users from Windows 10 1903 to Windows 10 1909. As a result, the share of Windows 10 1903 “sank” from 22% in October to 10.2% in November.
Meanwhile, in another report, Microsoft stated that is considering the idea of bringing Android apps into the Microsoft Store on Windows 10 sometime next year. Well, Microsoft mobile OS attempts proved to be a failure. For that reason, the company may stick with Android and its applications.