The Fall Creators Update is the most popular Windows 10 OS version

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We’ve got our hands on the latest AdDuplex data for March, and fortunately, there’s some good news for Microsoft’s Windows 10. Long story short, the adoption of Microsoft’s OS has increased lately.

We’re looking at more than 90% Windows 10 systems that are currently running the latest version of Windows 10 aka release 1709 or the Fall Creators Update.

Microsoft is gearing up for the big Redstone 4 launch

Microsoft is preparing for the company’s big launch of the Windows 10 Spring Creators Update aka Windows 10 version 1803 or simply Redstone 4. Redstone 4 is expected to reach users next month, and the rollout will come in stages which will give Microsoft enough time to address potential compatibility issues.

The company seems to be doing better and better these days with its OS, and this only paves the arrival of Redstone 4 with massive success before its launch.

Windows 10 in latest statistics

According to most recent data provided by AdDuplex in March, 9 in 10 PCs running Windows 10 are using the Fall Creators Update. In other words, this means that users adopted the new OS version in just a few months.

AdDuplex shows that Windows 10 version 1703 is currently boasting a market share of 4.3%, taking the second place after the Fall Creators Update which we already said is running on 90.4% systems.

Windows 10 version 1607 (Anniversary Update) is running on 3.6% of systems, the original Windows 10 version launched back in July 2015 runs on only 0.5% computers these days.

HP is still the number one PC manufacturer worldwide sporting a 26.1% market share. Dell’s market share is 17.3%, and Lenovo has a market share of 12.6%. Microsoft’s market share is only 2.5%. Behind Microsoft, there are three more PC manufacturers: MSI with 1.6%, Medion with 1.2% and Samsung with 1.8%

91.4% of Microsoft’s devices are running Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. The highest adoption rate belongs to Toshiba with 93.8%, and the lowest adoption rate goes to Lenovo with 88.4%. you can check out the complete data provided by AdDuplex here.


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