Since late May, Microsoft’s most recent version of Windows 10, known as the May 2020 Update or version 2004, has been available to the general public. The Redmond company applies a gradual one roll-out for the update, which means that not all users see it on their system at the same time. Currently, about 7 percent of users seem to have it installed.
This comes from AdDuplex and is based on a sample of approximately 150,000 PCs that use Windows Store apps containing AdDuplex ads. The vast majority of users are on versions 1903 and 1909, the updates from May and November last year. These versions together have a measured market share of 81.9 percent.
Diagram from AdDuplex.
In terms of distribution, version 2004 seems to be slightly faster than the May 2019 Update: it had a 6.3 percent share in early July last year, despite the almost equal release date (May 27, 2019 versus May 28, 2020).
About 0.4 percent of the measured systems run on an Insider preview version of the operating system, and slightly more than one in ten users have an OS version from 2018 or earlier.
2 discussed products
Compare all products