The latest statistics on the usage rates of Windows 10 versions have been released. Shared data reveals the rise of 20H2, the last major update to Windows 10.
AdDuplex shared new statistics on the usage rates of Windows 10 versions. For analysis, the company examined more than 80,000 computers running Windows 10.
Published data shows that the deployment of 20H2, the last major update of Windows 10, is accelerating. The October 2020 Update is installed on 29.9% of computers as of the end of March. So it’s the second most popular version.
The May 2020 Update remains the most used version of Windows 10. There is also a slight increase in the share of version 2004 installed on 42.1% of Windows 10 devices.
Released with the November 2019 Update, version 1909 runs on 18.4% of systems. So it’s third in popularity. Immediately after that comes the May 2019 Update, version 1903, with a 4.6% share.