What news of Windows 8? Two years after it was introduced in October 2012, the latest operating system from Microsoft is still not won the hearts of Windows users.
The latest report from Net Applications reported by Ubergizmo shows that the global market share of Windows 8 is relatively immobile in the figure 5.59 per cent in September.
Windows 8.1 has a larger user presentations by 6.67 percent. The combined numbers of Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 by 12.26 per cent decline compared to the previous month which recorded 13.37 per cent.
Most computer users (52 percent) uses the Windows 7 operating system Others, at 23.87 percent, even still running Windows XP, the operating systems that support 13-year-old has been discontinued Microsoft in April.
The rest of the operating system market share is divided to Mac OS X, Windows Vista, Linux, and others.
After a less successful with Windows 8, Microsoft is now preparing the next version of the operating system, Windows 10.
The operating system is scheduled to be released towards the end of 2015 it will combine capabilities of Windows 7 and Windows 8, as well as adding a number of new features such as multi-desktop, as well as different modes for touch screen devices and desktop computers.