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OS Platform Usage Statistics 2016 February

2016 February OS Statistics

Here are the Operating System usage statistics for February 2016, based on all Internet traffic (source w3c). The statistics numbers are rounded to 0.5% and Windows Vista has been removed from graph as it has less than 1%. 2016 Win10 Win8 Win7 Vista NT* WinXP Linux Mac Chrome OS Mobile February 17.8% 15.2% 43.1% 0.4% 0.0% 2.1% 5.6% 10.4% 0.2% ...

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OS Platform Usage Statistics November 2015

os usage statistics november 2015

Here are the Operating System usage statistics for November 2015, based on all Internet traffic (source w3c). The statistics numbers are rounded to 0.5% and Windows Vista has been removed from graph as it has less than 1%. 2015 Win10 Win8 Win7 Vista WinXP Linux Mac Mobile November 14.1% 16.9% 45.2% 0.5% 2.2% 5.4% 10.6% 5.0%

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The Best 15 Things You Need to Know About Windows 10

Windows 10

Here are the best 15 things you need to know about the new changes in Windows 10 in no particular order and why you should seriously considering to upgrade your PC to Windows 10. 1. Windows 10 Free for mobile devices Until now the cheapest way to buy a Windows license was to buy a computer with a pre-installed OEM Windows license. For ...

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WinSysClean X7 will no longer support Windows XP and 2000

WinSysClean X7

  As Windows 10 will be officially released this month, we have decided to drop Windows XP and 2000 support for WinSysClean X7. Instead of keeping compatibility with a 15 years old operating system which is also no longer supported by Microsoft we will focus more on new features and technologies available in Windows 10. All our future software products ...

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Enable / Disable Boot Defragmentation at Startup in Windows 7

How to Fix and Repair Computer Errors and Problems

Windows 7 just like older versions of Windows defragments the system files at startup. If you have installed Windows on a SSD drive you will no longer need this! Because SSD drives can read files from random locations instantly unlike Harddisks where the heads need to be moved mechanically to different sectors on disks. For HDD Windows installations you can enable ...

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