Windows 10 powers 164M PCs at end of '15
Growth deceleration continues as Windows 10's five-month adoption pace falls behind Windows 7's
By Gregg Keizer Follow
Computerworld | Jan 2, 2016 5:10 AM PT
After five months, Microsoft's Windows 10 powers about 164 million PCs, data published Friday showed. Windows 10's user share -- an estimate of the portion of all personal computers worldwide that ran the OS -- grew one percentage point in December to 10%, according to metrics vendor Net Applications.