In August, the browser share of Chrome exceeded 70%, and the operating system Win10 exceeded 60%


September 2 news data survey agency AdDuplex announced the global PC operating system and browser market share in August, the results show that Chrome accounted for 70% of the browser market share; Windows 10 is also the operating system , Increased the share from 59.37% to 60.57% .

In terms of browsers, in addition to Chrome, which has a market share of 70%, Edge’s share has also risen slightly from 8.07% to 8.52%. However, this should be due to Microsoft’s vigorous promotion, and from the data results, this promotion The results are not satisfactory. In addition, the share of Firefox browser dropped from 7.36% to 7.11%, and the browser market is still dominating the market.


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In terms of operating system, Windows 10 overall rose from 59.37% last month to 60.57%, of which 24.1% of PCs are running the latest Windows 10 version, an increase of 12.5% ​​from the previous month; 35.5% of Win10 users use November 2019 The updated version, 33.5% of users use the May 2019 updated version.

Naijatechnews has found that overall, Microsoft still dominates the operating system. Except for Windows 10, which has a market share of 60.57%, Windows 7 still accounts for 22.21%; in addition, macOS X 10.15’s share has risen from 4.53% to 5.03%, while Linux accounted for 1.29%.


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