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    News - Windows 8.X market share finally surpasses 15 per cent

    Windows 8.1 use grew dramatically as XP market share plunged below 20 per cent.
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    Re: News - Windows 8.X market share finally surpasses 15 per cent

    It's still duff. Bring on 10.

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    Re: News - Windows 8.X market share finally surpasses 15 per cent

    Windows 7 still climbing though...

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    Re: News - Windows 8.X market share finally surpasses 15 per cent

    Those changes seem very odd, have they changed the way they calculate things ?
    Or has there been hundreds of thousands of people dumping XP in favor of 8.x in a single month.

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    Re: News - Windows 8.X market share finally surpasses 15 per cent

    Sounds dodgy.

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    Re: News - Windows 8.X market share finally surpasses 15 per cent

    All will be fine fine when windows 8.2... I mean 10 comes out.

    It worked for Vista sp3... I mean 7.

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    Re: News - Windows 8.X market share finally surpasses 15 per cent

    MKV "support"? What will actually be different, .mkv associated with Windows Media Player by default?

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    Re: News - Windows 8.X market share finally surpasses 15 per cent

    It seems the sudden drop was an anomaly.
    http://www.netmarketshare.com/
    NetMarketShare has recently shown a large drop in Windows XP share from September to October. This drop was primarily caused by a major change in the network of sites we have in China. A group of large Chinese publishers with a very large number of visitors per day had audiences heavily skewed towards Windows XP (nearly 100% XP). In researching the nature of the sites, we determined they were not appropriate for our network. We removed those publishers ourselves, which caused the shift since Chinese traffic is weighted higher due to lower coverage. The current data set is more accurate than in the past due to this

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