NetMarketShare has released new data showing that the number of Windows 10 users grew by just 0.06% in the month of June.
This brings total market share to 45.79%.
Windows 7’s market share dropped slightly from 35.44% to 35.38%.
As Microsoft announced that support for this operating system will end in January 2020, the numbers are expected to decline.
Market share figures show that users are not following Microsoft’s recommendations to upgrade from Windows 7 to Windows 10.
Windows 8.1 surprisingly increased its market share from 3.97% to 4.51%, while macOS declined by just 0.03% to 5.31%.
Windows XP continues to witness its user base decline, but it still boasts a 1.81% share of the market – which is higher than Linux’s 1.55% market share.