We’re in the final month of 2019, and Netmarketshare released the latest November data, which hasn’t changed much in terms of browsers, and Windows 10’s market share has surprisingly declined slightly in terms of operating systems. Over the past few months, Windows 10 has recorded significant growth, so seeing its decline is a surprising change.
But the decline in Windows 10’s market share was not significant, from 54.30 per cent to 53.78 per cent, and, coincidentally, Apple’s macOS fell from 5.11 per cent to 4.06 per cent. Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 now account for 26.67% and 3.66%, respectively.
The share of the web browser market was not much changed, with Google Chrome still leading the market with 67.30 per cent, followed by Firefox at 8.61 per cent and Internet Explorer at 7.43 per cent. At the bottom of the rankings is Microsoft Edge, which has a market share of 6.23 percent, and Netmarketshare expects a similar stabilization trend in December.