Towards the end of February, adduplex released its latest monthly report on the usage share of different versions of windows 10.As in the past, the report is based on data collected from 5000 Microsoft Store apps using adduplex SDK v.2 or higher. About 80000 PCs were surveyed and the data was collected on February 24.
In fact, the 1909 version is still ahead of the 20h2 version, and 26.8% of windows 10 users are still running this version, but this is a significant decrease compared with the 31.2% share of last month. The most used version is the 2004 version, which was updated in May 2020. Its usage share even increased from 39.8% to 41.8%.
The share of older versions of windows 10 has changed only slightly. In May 2019, the update (1903 version) decreased from 6.6% to 5.8%, and 1809 and 1803 versions decreased by one decimal point, 1.4% and 1.7% respectively. The previous versions also decreased by 0.1%, while insiders increased by 0.1% to 0.3%.
Judging from the data trend in the past few years, 20h2 version obviously took a little longer to expand the market share than the previous version, but this is not a huge difference. It should continue to grow steadily until the 21h1 release in the next few months.