Windows 10 has lost market share for the second month running

Windows 10 has lost market share for the second month running

Windows 10 has lost market share for the second month running

 
Windows 10 has lost market share for the second month running in Steam’s Hardware Survey, with AMD continuing to take some GPU market share. 
 
Last month was the first month that Windows 10 has lost market share since launch, with this trend continuing in February 2017 with Windows 10 64-bit and 32-bit losing 0.78% and 0.12% market share respectively. This month Windows 7 64-bit has gained 1.67% market share, which is surprising for such an old OS. 
 
On the GPU-side, this month also marks the continuation of a new trend from AMD with AMD increasing their GPU market share for the second month in a row, increasing from 23.4% to 23.62%, though Nvidia’s market share has also increased from 58.7 to 59.8. Intel’s graphics market share has been reduced from 17.4 and 16.2, which is where both AMD and Nvidia have been making gains this month.  

  

Windows 10 has lost market share for the second month running

 

Moving forward it will be interesting to see how AMD’s CPU market share will change in the coming months in response to Ryzen, with AMD currently holding 21.85% of the CPU market. Will we see this number increase over the next few months of will Intel remain dominant with over 75% of the market?

 

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