The Windows 7 system has stopped supporting it, and Microsoft no longer provides security updates to the system and encourages and urges users to upgrade to Windows 10 as soon as possible. Although Microsoft has used full-screen notifications to alert users to upgrades, Windows 7 remains Microsoft’s second most commondesktop operating system.
Two months have passed since the end of Windows 7 support, but things have barely changed. According to the latest February figures released by NetMarketShare, Windows 7 accounts for only 25.20% of the desktop market, while Windows 10 accounts for 57.39% of PCs. These Windows 7 fans still have no plans to upgrade the new system.
Core Windows 7 users are reluctant to upgrade to Windows 10 in the near future, and market share may not change significantly in the coming months.