It turns out that nearly 90% of Windows 10 users continue to use old builds without updating
According to statcounter, a web traffic analytics company, Windows 10 had a 77.74% market share
AdDuplex Report for July 2020
The AdDuplex survey is based on data collected from 5000 Windows Store apps that use the company's SDK and covers approximately 134,000 Windows 10 PCs. According to the data, according to the survey, the usage rate of Windows 10 May 2020 Update released in May 2020 was 11.6%. In other words, nearly 90% of people who are using Windows 10 have not updated to the latest build.
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And the graph visualizing the usage rate of each build from the official release of Windows 10 to July 2020 is below. The vertical axis is the usage rate and the horizontal axis is time. Although relatively early builds will spread immediately after release, the spread speed has dropped sharply since Windows 10 October 2018 Update (fourth line from the right) released in early October 2018 .
The Windows 10 October 2018 Update was temporarily suspended due to the problem that the user data in the document folder was erased arbitrarily. A fix was delivered a week after the initial release, but once again the issue of data loss emerged and was heavily criticized by users. This may have created a tendency for Windows 10 users to refrain from updating.
'Windows 10 October 2018 Update' will be discontinued due to a serious problem that user data is erased arbitrarily-GIGAZINE
in Software, Posted by log1i_yk