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Windows 8 now takes 2.79% OS market share

Windows 8 made some more gains in the overall PC operating system market share in February, but the overall progress of Microsoft’s latest Windows OS continues to remain very slow.

The latest market share data from Net Applications shows that February 2013 was a decent month for Windows 8, which gained 0.43 percentage points. It raises from 2.36 percent to 2.79 percent, while Windows 7 regained 0.07 percentage points, raising from 44.48 percent to 44.55 percent, after losing a sizeable 0.63 percentage points the previous month.


NetApplications put Windows 8 in fourth place among all operating system versions, just ahead of Mac OS X 10.8 and behind Windows Vista (5.17%), Windows XP (38.99%) and Windows 7 (44.55%).

win8 vs win7It was the first time in January that Windows 7 lost some market share since its release. While Windows 7 is slightly regaining share, Windows 8 is not growing as quickly as some would have expected. And the end of the Windows 8 upgrade deal for only $15 won’t help Microsoft to avoid some slowdown in sales again.

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