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Windows XP beat Windows 11 in popularity 

According to recent Lansweeper research, Windows 11 currently works on only 1.44% of all registered PCs, which puts the new OS behind even outdated platforms such as Windows XP, whose share was 1.71%.

As for other builds, the total number of PCs on Windows 7 was 4.7%, but Windows 10 turned out to be the absolute leader with 80.34% – which is probably due to the ease of updating when starting this OS. After all, according to the Lansweeper report, in 2022, more than 50% of computers cannot upgrade to Windows 11.

Lanceweeper data, based on about 30 million Windows devices from 60,000 organizations, show that on average, only 44.4% of workstations are eligible for automatic updates,” the company writes in its market research.

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However, according to Computer World analysis, despite disappointing figures from Lansweeper, AdDuplex data has changed dramatically in favor of the latest Microsoft OS. According to their calculations, introducing a new assembly is approaching 9%. How the two reputable companies have come to such different indicators remains unclear. Another IDC company believes that sales of Microsoft-based PCs in the first quarter of 2022 decreased for manufacturers such as Lenovo, HP, Acer, and others compared to the same period of the previous year.

“The PC market is experiencing two years of double-digit growth, so the decline in the first quarter does not mean that the industry is moving in a downward spiral,” IDC explains in its report.

Jack Cova

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