Number of Windows 10 Steam users declining
Last month, reports showed that 48.95% of Steam users paired the service with Windows 10 on their computers and laptops. And more data released this month shows that the Windows 10 user base decreased a bit for the first time ever since its official launch. The latest reports about hardware and software released by Valve show that 48.90% of the users are still running Windows 10 as their system of choice, translating to a drop of 0.05%.
At the same time, 47.48% of the gamers are using the 64-bit version of the OS while 1.42% are running the 32-bit version, totaling 48.90%. Surprisingly for a lot of people, Windows 8.1 recorded an increase of 0.01%, in comparison to last month’s data, reaching 0.28%. All other versions of Windows, such as Vista, 7, XP and 8, are currently in decline and have decreased g by 0.33%. However, Windows still maintains its position as the most widely used operating system, totaling 95.38%.
On the other hand, macOS has risen by 0.25% in comparison to last month, reaching 3.59%. The 10.11.6 version of the macOS remains the most popular among its users, reaching a high of 1.69%, which also means 0.41% more than in September.
Meanwhile, Linux continues its good run with a 0.11% increase. This means it is now used by 0.94% of the Steam gamers. All its versions have shown a steady rise in their userbase.
The actual report shows little to no changes when it comes to hardware preferences compared to the data received last month. The most used system configuration is still the 8GB RAM one, together with 1GB of VRAM. The primary resolution for displays is still 1920×1080 on a single monitor, while for a multi-monitor setup it remains 3840×1080.
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