Windows 10 version 20H2, also known as the October 2020 Update, is now running on almost one third of the 80,000 PCs surveyed by AdDuplex in March. Now at 29.9%, the latest Windows 10 release added 9.9% points to its market share compared to last month. However, it’s still lagging behind the May 2020 Update (version 2004) at 42.1%, which is also up 0.3% points this month.
The older Windows 10 version 1909 still had an 18.4% market share in March. As this release will reach end of support for Home and Pro users on May 11, 2021, Microsoft will likely push more of these users to update their PCs in the coming weeks.
Microsoft is still in the process of testing Windows 10 version 21H1, the next version of the OS to be released later this Spring. 21H1 will be another minor update with minor improvements for Windows Hello and Windows Defender Application Guard, and it’s already available for commercial customers as well as Windows Insiders in the Beta channel.
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