Windows 10 Adoption For PC And Mobile; Move To The Latest Version
When it comes to Windows 10 Adoption, the OS has been pretty popular among people. Though there are those who prefer older operating systems over Windows 10, lots of people have made the shift rather happily. We are talking about the Anniversary Update. As we know that both the Windows Mobile platform and the desktop use the same app store and data has been collected from 5,000 apps that have the AdDuplex SDK, this also means that we can see how the Windows Mobile platform is holding up.
When it comes to Windows 10 Adoption, Windows 10 Mobile has not been a very successful platform, neither have the previous platforms concerning Windows phones been that successful either so there is no surprise there. Windows 10 Mobile has a very minute market share and a very handful of people still use it. I was a huge fan of Windows 10 Mobile as the OS and hardware was optimized even for the low-end phones. This lead to great performance and battery life like none I have seen the likes of so far.
Unfortunately, after 3 Windows phones, I had enough with the lack of apps that were available in the app store and I was forced to switch to the iPhone in the end. I do not say that there is no market for Windows phones, there sure is but it is a very small one. So small that I think Microsoft is no longer interested in it.
Here are some metrics that will give you some insight into Windows 10 Adoption both for phones and PC. Here you can see that the most sold or most used Windows phones are the low-cost, low-end ones. These were only released in select markets, mostly developing countries. Windows 10 Anniversary Update is slowly yet surely being rolled out to PC and everyone should get the Windows 10 Anniversary Update by the end of next month.
What do you think about this incredibly fast Windows 10 Adoption?