Throughout the world users to migrate to the occasion of the 10th anniversary of Windows 10 and the upcoming release of Windows updates, Chinese users stick with older operating systems, including 15-year-old Windows XP operating system. Provided by StatCounter data show that the market share in China, Windows 10 is only the third most popular desktop operating system, it is still far behind Windows 7 and Windows XP.
Worldwide, Windows 10 has become the second most popular desktop operating system on the charts, market share and ranked first in Windows 7 is very close. But in China, the situation is completely different. Now, Windows 7 is a desktop operating system of choice for users in China, the market share of 47.69 percent, followed by Windows XP, there are 22.83%. Windows XP was released in 2001, and the release of Windows 7 in 2009.
In the Chinese market, Windows 10 market share ranked third, only 14.16%, while the "unknown" category has a 6.71% market share, which may include a Linux-based operating system. Obviously, Windows 7 and XP is still China's top desktop platform.