Is can never be right to choose one Old OS
Can it really be true that people leave a old OS for another old one?
Numbers presented from the survey company Net Applications shows that March was a good month for Microsoft, more and more users chose to leave it soon retired Windows XP.
According to the latest numbers, Windows XP’s dropped by 1.8 percentage, even the big dropp, Windows XP still runs on 27.7 percent of all computers worldwide.
As expected, when the number of users of Windows XP went down, the other Windows OS increased.
And supprisley, Windows 7 increased more then Windows 8 and 8.1. Windows 7 increased with 1,5% and Windows 8 and 8.1 increased together with 0,6% worldwide.
In late March, the shares of Windows OS looks like as follow:
- Windows XP: 27.7 percent
- Windows 7: 48.8 percent
- Windows 8 (including 8.1) : 11.3 percent
I personally do not understand the user who leaves a 13-year old OS to switch to another OS that is 5 years old .
8.1 is not a bad OS, it has a different interface, but for those who do not like it, can whitout any big difficulties changes it to look somewhat similar to Windows 7