Windows 8 Took Off in Early December Before Collapsing Once Again

Microsoft’s new operating system is still struggling to meet expectations

  Windows 8 is expected to take off next year together with the PC industry
Analysts have predicted that Windows 8 would only take off in 2013, together with the PC industry, and the latest data released by market researchers in the United States confirms that Windows 8 adoption remains fairly low for the time being.

Analysts have predicted that Windows 8 would only take off in 2013, together with the PC industry, and the latest data released by market researchers in the United States confirms that Windows 8 adoption remains fairly low for the time being.

Ad network Chitika said that Windows 8 has climbed to a market share of 2.5 percent in early December, but the operating system has quickly declined to 2.3 percent.

According to figures provided by Net Applications, Windows 8 has recorded a market share of 1.56 percent during the week of December 16, while Windows 7 remains the clear leader of the OS world with 45.57 percent.

Microsoft hasn’t provided any official figures on Windows 8, but the company initially said that it had managed to sell a total of 40 million copies in just one month.

1 Comment

By    28 Dec 2012, 12:11 GMT