29 December 2017
The adoption of the Windows 10 Fall Creators update has reached 20.4% according to AdDuplex’s new report on the monthly usage breakdown for Windows devices. The report is based on the 5,000 Windows Store apps that use the AdDuplex SDK, and the data was collected over the date of November 27.
This is a significant adoption compared to what it was in last month. The increase of the adoption of Fall Creators update has its effect on other updates obviously, the Creators Update (1703) went from 74.6% to 63.5%, the Anniversary Update (1607) went from 17.3% to 13.6%, 1511 went from 1.9% to 1.5%, and 1507 went from 0.7% to 0.6%.the Anniversary Update (1607) went from 17.3% to 13.6%, 1511 went from 1.9% to 1.5%, and 1507 went from 0.7% to 0.6%.
This should be noted that the adoption of the Fall Creators update is growing rapidly compared to the Creators Update. To be more specific, the Creators Update was installed on just 18.1% of PCs.
The highest adoption is seen in Microsoft’s first-party devices, which is 45.4%. Other devices from Dell, HP, Lenovo, ASUS, and Acer, are right around the average.
Global PC manufacturer chart also remains pretty much unchanged from 2 months ago, with only minor fluctuations in shares. HP is still topping this chart and having the maximum chunk. Talking about the Surface devices, the new Surface Pro continues to gain market share and is now at number 4 with 9.2%. Surface Book 2 makes a debut with 0.4%.
20% is easily something that's worth considering. But I am curious to know the comparison between such Windows updates to those of iOS and Android.