May 2020 update is now installed on 7% of Windows 10 PCs

Today, AdDuplex released its monthly report on Windows 10 and Surface usage. Data collection was made on June 29 based on more than 5000 Microsoft Store applications using the AdDuplex SDK v.2 or later. Although the May 2020 update of Windows 10 has been around for more than a month, only 7% of Windows 10 PCs are still used. Of course, it’s slow to roll out and it’s not a big deal, but it’s important that there’s a bunch of bugs in front of you waiting to be resolved.

Even more curious than the new version, the 1903 version a year ago was still the most popular version, down only 2% from the previous month to 46.2%. The 1909 version fell from 36.4% to 35.7%.

Version 1809 saw the biggest drop, from 8.3 percent to 5.9 percent, as Microsoft began automatically updating 1809 versions of users to the 2004 version, forcing upgrades to the latest until an operating system is stopped being supported, a new microsoft practice. The rest of the version lets users choose whether or not to upgrade.

From the chart showing the speed of various updates can also be seen, 1809 version of the upgrade after the user encountered a lot of problems, after Microsoft began to make various changes. That’s why the 1903 and later versions are slower than previous versions of 1809.

May 2020 update is now installed on 7% of Windows 10 PCs

May 2020 update is now installed on 7% of Windows 10 PCs