Re: Deja Vu
Recent NetMarketshare.com stats, based on what's actually being used online:
* Windows 10 = 19%
* Windows 8.x = 10.5%
* Windows XP = 10%
* Windows 7 = 49%
The Windows XP segment isn't going to shrink very quickly. It clearly consists of users (or applications) that are happy as they are.
Windows 7 still has more (active) users than all other versions combined. These people have relatively new PCs, but didn't want Windows 10 when it was free. They're now going to make a shift only when a new PC purchase can't be postponed any longer - and even then, are likely to reinstall Win7, or jump to Linux.
The Windows 8 holdouts are even more interesting. If Windows 10 couldn't woo them, what will?
Hitting almost 20% in one year is pretty good going for Windows 10, but it's hard to paint it as a resounding victory.