Windows 8 similar to Vista?
Recent news show windows 8 being remotely similar to vista, windows 8 said being a poor performer for Microsoft than of windows 7, relating to a web measurement company statement.
Recent online news survey says that 1.2% of all Windows PCs ran windows 8 during November, doubled its share the month before.
Since Windows 8 rate edged Vista’s first full month, the OS (Operating System) ended February 2007 with a 1% share of all Windows system, the new edition actually jumped less than the problem- and perception-plagued Vista. From January to February 2007, Vista increased its share more than five times, compared to the doubling of Windows 8.
Difference vary from two operating systems more likely to do with economics and choice: The global economy was significantly more robust in early 2007 than it is now, and five years ago consumers had few alternatives to a PC, since smartphones and tablets were then just a gleam in engineers’ eyes.
Net Applications’ statistics corroborate other data that showed Windows 8 has not prompted consumers or businesses to buy new PCs. Last week, the NPD Group said that in the four weeks since Windows 8’s Oct. 26 debut, U.S. consumer PC sales had dropped 21% compared to the same period in 2011.
Windows XP lost eight-tenths of a percentage point last month to fall under 40% for the first time since its early years. XP, which is slated for retirement in less than 500 days, accounted for 39.8% of all personal computers in November, or 44.5% of all Windows machines. Vista also slipped by one-tenth of a percentage point as its share continued to slip toward zero.
And Windows 7 remained flat, ending the month with a 44.7% share of all PCs and 48.9% of all Windows PCs. November was the first month since March that Windows 7’s share did not add gain at least half a percentage point.
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