Windows XP remains the dominant operating system – at least in part of the world
For many, October 2021 was a time of change, where Windows 10 was ditched in favor of Windows 11. However, not everyone is so keen on making operating system leaps. In fact, one country has not done so en masse for two decades.
According to StatCounter, desktops in Armenia still run mostly with Windows XP (via WinFuture). In September 2021, 53.5% of desktops were using the operating system that landed in 2001. Windows 10 came in second with 32.8% percent. Since October figures are not yet included in the chart, it is not clear how many Windows 11 platforms are floating in Armenia, but it is safe to assume that there are not enough. to dethrone XP as King of the Hill.
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It is still not clear why the XP and Windows 10 market share values in Armenia are still battling for dominance every few months, with Windows 10 sometimes knotting things or taking the crown. It is also unclear why Windows XP continues to rise to the top after these temporary exchanges.
Either way, the point is, if Microsoft’s very intense marketing on Windows 11 hasn’t worked on you and you’re still living happily with Windows 7, 8, 10, or some other operating system. older, know that you are not alone. There are a lot of people in the world who are still using software from two decades ago. The question now is: will you be using Windows 11 in 2041?