When Windows 10 mobile released earlier this year, the numbers weren’t looking good. In March, AdDuplex reported only 7.7% of users were on Windows 10.
Thankfully for Microsoft, numbers have continued to grow since then. This month’s report is no different, revealing that the user base has risen 2.1% since last month. This means the rate of growth has doubled once more.
The percentage of users on Windows 10 Mobile now sits at 14, and of those, 52.4% are running the latest “anniversary” build. 6.3% of users are on Redstone 2, while 41.3% are still on build 1511.
The most popular mobile OS remains Windows Phone 8.1, which 77.3% of devices are running. 6.7% of users are on 8.0 and only 1.9% on 7.x.
Worldwide usage of the Lumia 535 has risen once more, widening the gap between the device and the Lumia 520. It remains the most popular Windows Phone at 12.3%, versus the 520’s 10.4%. AdDuplex predicts that next month it may lose the second place slot to the 640.
AdDuplex Windows 10 Desktop Statistics
In the PC market, only 16% of users have adopted the anniversary build, despite it coming two weeks before mobile. 77.2% of users are still on the previous build, and this may be partly due to the widespread webcam issues.
Despite the disappointment on desktop, Windows 10 has had a good month overall. The word is definitely spreading about the platform on mobile devices, and many that have upgraded are passionate enough to try an Insider build.
It would only make sense for the rate of adoption on both mobile and desktop to grow as more find the time the update and bugs fixes roll out.
You can view the AdDuplex report for yourself on Slideshare.