Microsoft continues to struggle with Windows 8

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Adoption rate slows further…

datingsider danmark gratis Windows 8 adoption figures from last month, compiled by Net Applications, don’t paint a pretty picture for Microsoft.

borstvulling In fact, adoption slowed again over February – Net Applications pegs Windows 8 as having a 2.67 per cent market share on desktop, up just 0.41 per cent from January.

hoe krijg je een grotere penus But the continued slowdown is hardly surprising given that the offer on Windows 8 upgrades has now expired. Instead of a couple of tenners, you now have to put down £100 for a Windows 8 upgrade, and £190 for Windows 8 Pro.

dynamix tabletky If you weren’t sure about the new “Metro” tiled interface, and dual touch-style and traditional desktop environments before, then you’re unlikely to be swayed at any point in the future looking at those prices.

As we’ve mentioned before, Windows 8 is actually slower than Vista was in terms of growth, and indeed looks to be the “new Vista” many have been calling it.

Indeed, Mac OS X Mountain Lion has managed to carve out as much market share as Windows 8 to date (yes, it’s been on sale a few months longer – but still). Windows 7 still holds the majority 45 per cent share of the desktop market, with Windows XP on 39 per cent.

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