Windows 8 is increasing the number of daily usersWhile the Apple press has been quick to write and Microsoft’s new operating system Windows 8 , it seems that the use of products is growing Redmond.
Although the use of Windows XP is declining, other Microsoft operating systems are gaining strength. Earlier this year the Windows monopoly was shrinking. Using Windows XP had fallen below 40 percent of the market, Windows 8 had gained control of one percent of the pie. The tame Apple Press spoke of it as proof that Windows was slowly dying and the company also could transfer its assets to Apple in the future was underpowered, toys that can be connected to the Internet. But the latest figures show that Microsoft has re-load.
After six months of losing market share, Windows 7 and Windows 8 they managed to give a great impetus enough to see a profit. The most recent market share Net Applications shows that in December 2012, Windows 8 has gained 0.55 percentage points, Windows 7 gained 0.40 percentage points. The figures are expected to grow in January, when all new equipment purchased at Christmas are online. It is the first time that Windows 7 has exceeded the 45% mark. Using XP and Vista keeps falling.Especially
, gained 0.29 percentage points, from 91.45 percent to 91.74 percent. This was at the expense of both OS X, which lost 0.23 percentage points, and Linux, which fell 0.06 percentage points. So it looks like Apple is starting to lose market share instead of winning, and any hope that Linux could make an appearance on the desktop are totally improbable, at least on a massive scale.