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Author Topic: Windows 10 might finally overtake Windows 7, while Edge continue to fall  (Read 61 times)
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« on: December 01, 2018, 04:50:01 PM »

Netmarketshare’s numbers for the month of November 2018 are out today, and Windows 10 continues to rise, hitting 38.14% of devices.

However, this month saw a drop in Windows 7’s from 39.35% to 38.89% of the devices in use. Windows 10 might finally overtake Windows 7 as this month saw the difference between the two reduced to just 0.75%.

This is certainly a good news for Microsoft as they try to encourage users to move to Windows 10.

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Unfortunately, the scenario changes when it comes to web browsers. On the one hand, Microsoft might finally get a chance to celebrate Windows 10 overtaking Windows 7, but on the other hand, Edge continues to disappoint. According to the latest numbers, Google Chrome dropped to 65.57% from 66.43% which is not a big change but is noticeable. Also, Firefox dropped to 8.96% and Microsoft Edge saw a decline from 4.28% to 4.22%.

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This month’s numbers might be good for Microsoft overall as Windows 10 is closing down on acquiring 50% of the market share but the company still needs to work on Microsoft Edge which is seeing a decline almost every month. On the contrary, Internet Explorer is doing well and has managed to maintain close to 10% of the market share.

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