According to a December 2019 report by Marketshare, a market research firm, the market share of Windows 10 systems rose slightly, but Chrome’s market share declined slightly. With Windows 7’s stop-and-go support now in its final countdown, more and more users are switching to Windows 10 systems, with a market share of 54.62 percent, while Windows 7 is second at 26.64 percent.
Apple’s macOS X 10.15 came in third place with a market share of 4.23%. Surprisingly, Windows 8.1 still has a 3.63% market share, followed by macOS X 10.14 with a market share of 3.5%.
On the browser side, Google Chrome’s market share has declined slightly. The web browser now has a market share of 66.64 per cent, followed by Mozilla Firefox with 8.36 per cent. Microsoft’s Internet Explorer and Edge came in third and fourth with 7.44 percent and 6.74 percent, respectively. In fifth place was Apple’s Safari, which has a market share of 6.02%.
Although there has been a slight rise and decrease, the relative variation is not very large. With Windows 7 system stopped supporting on January 14, 2020, it is believed that more people will be upgraded to Windows 10 in january’s statistics.