A decline in the rapid spread of 10 Windows system




The rapid spread and adoption system has seen 10 windows a significant decline during the month of October / October elapsed as NetMarketShare specialist in systems that are used to access the Internet monitoring company said.

The company said that Windows 10 users rate increased by only 1.31% during the month elapsed, having increased by 1.42% during the month of September / September, which is small compared with the numbers achieved by the system in August / August which amounted to 5.21% of the total systems that are used to gain access to the Internet.

The share of Windows 10, which was issued in the month of July of this year, 7.94%, compared with 10.68% for Windows 8.1, while Windows 7 remained sitting cross-legged on the throne of the lead at a rate of 55.71% as the most widely used operating systems around the world.

Some reports said that the decline in the prevalence of Windows 10 due to the concern of users of the ability of Microsoft to provide a safe and running to use the system after the confusion that took place in the issuing of Windows 8, which declined to a lot of users of modernization for fear of this point in spite of the system to provide free of charge For all.

And it is available for Windows 10 system free of charge to all users for the first year, then we can buy a version compared to US $ 119 a copy of the Home and $ 199 for a copy Pro.

The company said last month that the update to the Windows 10 still optional at this moment, but it is starting from next year, seeks to make it an important and quasi-mandatory update to encourage everyone to install it.

The Microsoft launched a preview of a new version of the Windows operating system 10 10 576 building on 30 October elapsed number and added to the new version support the visual content broadcast across Mtsahvha Microsoft Edge Edge.



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