Despite having a rough start, Windows 11 is now being adopted at a raid pace. After Microsoft fixed the initial flaws of the OS, more and more people are now installing it on their devices.
Additionally, almost all newly launched Windows laptop and desktops now come with Windows 11 pre-installed.
Recently, AdDuplex has published its latest report about the market shares of Windows 11 and 10. In the month of June, for the first time ever, Windows 11 climbed past the 23% mark.
Despite a significant growth, Windows 11 is still far behind Windows 10 21H1 and Windows 10 21H2. At the time of writing this article, these two versions of Windows 10 have around 23.9% and 38.2% market share respectively.
In addition to that, some older versions of Windows 10 also have a noteworthy market share. As you might know, Windows 11 is still an optional upgrade. Microsoft isn’t forcing anyone to upgrade to Windows 11.
That said, If you own supported hardware then you can upgrade to Windows 11 if you want to. Here’s how the June marketshare looks like in comparison to the April marketshare,
Here is how the Windows market looks according to the latest report from AdDuplex:
- Windows 10 21H2: 38.2% (+3.2 points).
- Windows 10 21H1: 23.9% (-2.5 points).
- Windows 11 21H2: 23.1% (+3.4 points).
- Windows 10 2004: 5.2% (-1.3 points).
- Windows 10 20H2: 3.8% (-2.4 points).
- Other Windows 10 versions: 3% (-0.4 points).
- Windows 11 Insiders: 0.8% (+0.1 points).
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