The numbers show Windows 10 at 17.43 per cent, up 2.09 per cent from last month. An impressive feat, tempered by the fact that Microsoft is giving away the operating system and making it difficult to say no.
Also notable is that Windows XP still clings onto 10.09 per cent (-0.54) of the market and has dropped only 4.51 per cent since this time last year.
Yeah, that's right. We've worked out the year-on-year stats. Deal with it.
Windows 7 continues to rule the roost with a 48.57 per cent share actually up a smidgeon on last month (+0.75) and down just 9.19 per cent on this time last year.
Windows 8 has taken quite a tumble with a combined fall of 11.39 per cent (-1.65) but again has dropped only 5.06 per cent on last year.
This means that those on an operating system eligible for a free upgrade to Windows 10 (assuming that Windows 8 users go via Windows 8.1 first) is only down 14.25 per cent, suggesting that's the number of users/machines that have taken the free upgrade offer. Ouch. That's a bit embarrassing.
The big question is whether Microsoft will hit the 20 per cent mark by the time the free offer is over. We'll know on 1 August.
Elsewhere, the take up of Linux continues. The OS now runs on 1.79 per cent of desktops, up 0.22 per cent on last year.
Apple should be pretty pleased. Mac OS X 11 Mavericks is on 4.64 per cent (+0.7 from last month) and overall Mac OS X use stands at 8.52 per cent, up 2.31 per cent on the year.
Overall Windows use, including versions we've skated over here, has actually risen to 89.68 per cent of the market, up 4.2 per cent. It must be all those people mucking around on the Windows 3.1 emulator. µ
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