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Windows 10 has had no overall growth in the last month. None

April 2, 2018

THIS MONTH’S Netmarketshare figures are almost static, but are still worth a look. The very fact that they are so static will be frustrating, particularly for Microsoft, which is still desperately trying to find the carrot to bring businesses on to Windows 10.

Unlike with Windows 8, which was just terrible for businesses, Windows 7 remains not broken and so there’s no rush to fix it. Mild threats like Office 2019 not being available outside Windows 10, or withdrawing the old Skype client, are just not a big enough deal to a big enough group to get people invested in the switch.

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