Even with the free upgrade offer, however, Windows 10 was unable to match the uptake pace of 2009's Windows 7, which last month again accounted for a majority (53%) of all Windows. At the 17-month mark, Windows 10's global user share of 26.6% -- of all Windows editions -- was slightly behind Windows 7's 27% at the same point in its post-launch timeline.
Computerworld (Data: Net Applications)
Windows 10's month-over-month growth rate remained in positive territory during December, but dipped from a stronger November.
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