By Dervish / Last update December 22, 2021

According to AdDuplex survey data in November, Windows 11 is gradually approaching double-digit market share. The company's latest data based on 60,000 Windows 10 and Windows 11 computers shows that although only 8.6% of PCs have been upgraded to Windows 11, it is still 3.8% higher than last month's data.

Windows 10 version 21H2, the latest version of Windows 10 began to be launched on PCs that did not meet the upgrade to Windows 11 configuration, and this version also appeared in the vision of AdDuplex. As of the end of November, its market share was 3.7%, and it currently ranks behind Windows 10 2004 version (11%), Windows 10 20H2 version (31.8%) and Windows 10 21H1 version (36.8%).

Microsoft has repeatedly stated that they will be committed to promoting Windows 11, which also shows their attitude. Win10 is already in the past, and Windows 11 is their focus in the future.

"Based on the positive promotion update experience and user feedback we have seen so far, we have promoted the promotion faster than we previously expected, and now make Windows 11 upgrades more widely available to eligible Windows 10 devices," Microsoft Said John Cable, head of Windows Services and Delivery.

It is worth mentioning that Microsoft has indeed expanded the scope of Windows 11 push, as long as your device meets the standard, then you can upgrade for free.