OMG! Microsoft Windows 10 Is Losing Users Rapidly
OMG! Microsoft Windows 10 Is Losing Users Rapidly

The tech giant Microsoft’s latest operating system, Windows 10 has proved to be an operating system that appeals to users. But, according to the current data, the tech giant Microsoft’s latest operating system, Windows 10 is losing users rapidly.

OMG! Microsoft Windows 10 Is Losing Users Rapidly

The tech giant Microsoft’s latest operating system, Windows 10 has proved to be an operating system that appeals to users. Although it does not have growth rates that would have been expected, it has managed to remain firm and win more and more users.

Despite this scenario, there is recent evidence that Windows 10 may be losing users. The latest test came from Steam, which revealed that Windows 10 took a big tumble by losing thousands of users.

Statistics have shown over the last few months that the growth of Windows 10 is below expected. By this time it was expected that it had already surpassed Windows 7 and that dominated in the field of desktop operating systems.

The latest Steam number, the game service, showed that using Windows 10 may have downloaded a lot, losing to its more direct rival, Windows 7.

In the Steam data, Windows 10 now has a 28.6% subscribers of this service. This represents a fall of 17.38 percentage points. These values include Windows 10 64-bit, with 28.81% and the 32-bit version, with 0.37%.

On the side of Windows 7, there is a clear growth, taking advantage of this break of the latest version. This system grew by 21.47 percentage points and now stands at 65.46% of customers. This value comprises 63.60% of the 64-bit version and 1.86% of the 32-bit version.

Although they seem abnormal, these figures seem to be justified with the arrival on Steam of many players coming from China. These new players accounted for growth 26.83 percentage points, increasing Chinese participation in these statistics to 56.37% in October. The coming months will prove if this was an artificial loss, thanks to Chinese users.

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