Finally, Windows 7 share of all computers fell sharply in July. This indicates The Windows 7 to Windows 10 migration kicks into high gear.
According to Net Applications, the share of Windows 7 from all PCs declined significantly last month, dropping 3.6 percentage points; the second largest amount in one month for the old operating system to end 31.8% in July.
Net Applications and Computerworld accounts identified the number of users who left Windows 7 at 61 million, while the number of users who moved to Windows 10 was 51 million.
Previous hints for Windows 10 were accelerated last month; with Computerworld highlighting the acceleration of Windows 10 growth by showing the difference between 6 months and 12 months.
Windows 10 represents about 62% of all Windows installations when the older operating system stops supporting, an increase of four points from last month’s expectations. Then a year – January 2021 – Windows 7 and Windows 10 will be at 20% and 76%, respectively.