AdDuplex continues to track the global distribution of different versions of the Windows 10 software platform and publish regular reports. At the end of the first month of 2021, there is a slight decline in the popularity of Windows 10 (2004) and a predictable increase in the prevalence of Windows 10 20H2.
As you would expect, in January this year, the growth of the user audience of Windows 10 20H2 (Windows 10 October 2020 Update), which is the most current version of Microsoft’s software platform, continued. According to the latest data, Windows 10 20H2 is used by 16.8% of computers, up from 13.8% a month earlier.
Windows 10 (2004), aka May 2020 Update, continues to be the most popular, although its share fell from 40.4% in December to 39.8% in January. Windows 10 (1909) or November 2019 Update continues to be in second place in popularity, although its share has also decreased. In January, Windows 10 (1909) was used by 31.2% of devices, up from 33.2% a month earlier.
Quite logically, the share of Windows (1903) continues to decrease, which was installed on 6.6% of computers in January. As for older versions of the OS, in January this year, Windows 10 (1809) and Windows (1803) were used by 1.5% and 1.8% of devices, respectively.
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