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Windows 8 beats Vista's adoption rate in its first year
Windows 8's user share of all PCs running Windows, a tally that included Windows 8.1, the update slated to ship next month, jumped to 8.4 percent in August 2013, Net Applications said Sunday. The 2.5-point gain was a single-month record for the struggling operating system, and more than double the previous record set in June.
Ten months after its January 2007 retail debut, Windows Vista—the operating system widely dubbed a flub and a flop—accounted for 7.3 percent of all Windows PCs.
I smell crooked numbers being crunched.
This all garbage unless we get a breakdown by device because Win XP, Vista and Win 7 didn't come on tablets and phones.
When Win8 first came out the update was like what $20 or less?
It's an awful OS which would've died a quick