As you can see, Windows 10 21H2’s market share has grown by 7.5%. It went up from 16.4% to 28.5%.
It is striking to see that the Windows 11 share has virtually come to a standstill. One can guess how that happened. But that is something that will become clear in the coming months. The change is almost statistically negligible. 19.4% versus 19.3%.
It could be because of the implemented Microsoft hardware requirements for Windows 11.
So let’s wait and see what the coming months will bring for Windows 11.