AdDuplex released its monthly report for March 2020, and the company's latest data shows that the Windows 10 November update (or version 1909) is now close to the 30% percent mark. To no surprise, nothing has changed much since AdDuplex's last report. Interestingly, the November 2029 update is now running on 28.2 % PCs. Moreover, the usage share of the May 2019 Update (version 1903) has dropped from 52.6% to 50.7% in a month.
As usual, we remind you that the survey is based on approximately 100,000 Windows PCs running AdDuplex ads, so it's possible that the actual statistics could be slightly different. Microsoft recently announced that 1 billion devices were running Windows 10, but unfortunately, the company doesn't go into details about Windows 10 versions.
Microsoft is all set to release the next feature update (Windows 10 version 2004), probably in April or May this year. The update is currently accessible to Slow Ring insiders, and it's likely hitting the Release Preview Ring soon.
What's your take on the rapid increase in the Windows 10 version 1909 market share? Let us know in the comments section below.