Microsoft’s Windows 11 is already present on 20% of all PCs

The growth in adoption of the latest version of the operating system of MicrosoftO Windows 11, continues to impress. The latest data put forward by the AdDuplex agency point to its presence in nearly 20% of all compatible computers.

The extension of the new version is therefore still well advanced since more computers entitled to the update are installing it. The surprise lies precisely in the good pace of adoption, according to the latest data from AdDuplex.

20% of all Windows computers are already running Windows 11

Microsoft Windows 11

The agency’s most recent report was recently published. There is an adoption of Windows 11 of 19.3% on all computers compatible with the latest version, as well as the distribution of previous versions.

These findings reinforce Microsoft’s optimism after the same company reported the exacerbated growth of Windows 11 last January. Indeed, AdDuplex then claimed that the adoption rate had almost doubled in just 2 months.

The growth of Windows 11 is exemplary for a new version of the operating system

Currently, Windows 11 is the third most popular version on personal computers (PCs). In first position, with 27.5%, we also find the Windows 10 M21U version available in the 1st half of 2021 (21S1), the version distributed in the second half (21S2) occupying second place (21%).

It is important to note that the Windows 10 21H2 update, which currently ranks second, was distributed to computers that were not elected for Windows 11 because they did not meet the minimum system requirements. Thus, its popularity will continue to increase in the coming months.

Microsoft started shipping Windows 11 on October 5, 2021

On the other hand, it is important to mention that the data collected by AdDuplex is based on metrics provided by more than 5,000 applications and programs that use the AdDuplex v2 SDK in the Microsoft Store. In other words, this sample is relatively small when probing around 60,000 PCs of a significantly larger universe.

In short, without being a sufficiently exhaustive or precise report, it nevertheless offers a good overview of the Windows 11 adoption landscape.

For Microsoft this is an encouraging sign with strong support for the new system, still young, but already appreciated by a considerable part of the chosen computers.

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