We’ve spent the past couple of days discussing how the modern PC landscape is changing.
And the latest numbers are in.
In the last month alone, Windows 10, Ubuntu 16.04 LTS, and the latest version of the Mac OS X Snow Leopard all have a combined operating system market share of over 50%.
That’s up from 30% in November, but still well below Windows 8’s 40% share.
The only one to beat it in terms of total market share in November was Mac OS 10.10.5, which has a market share that’s been in the single digits for years.
That’s not to say Windows 8 is totally out of the game, but it’s not nearly as dominant as it once was.