Windows 10 v1909 is now installed on 22% of Windows 10 devices

AdDuplex has released operating system market share data for February 2020, and the most interesting thing to watch is the market share of different versions of Windows 10. According to statistics, Windows 10 v1909’s market share is soaring. As shown in the figure, the share of Windows 10 May 2019 Update (1903) is now 52.6%. While this is good news for Microsoft, it has fallen by about 1.5%.

This may be due to the release of Windows 10 v1909, which now has a 22.6% market share. Microsoft recently introduced Windows 10 v1909 to everyone, and its market share has since increased 1.5 times.

Windows 10 v1909 is now installed on 22% of Windows 10 devices

Immediately following the November 2019 update is Windows 10 October 2018 Update (1809), with a 16.4% share, down from 22% in January 2020. On the other hand, the share of Windows 10 April 2018 Update (1803) has fallen significantly, from 5.6% in January 2020 to 4.9%.

It’s worth noting that AdDuplex’s statistics are based on more than 90,000 PCs running UWP Store applications, so it’s not necessarily very accurate.

Windows 10 v1909 is now installed on 22% of Windows 10 devices