Fall Creators Update now running on more than 50 percent of the PCs
After two months, the update is on more than half of the PCs in use
Microsoft rolled out the Fall Creators Update in November last year, and according to the new report by AdDuplex, the update is already running on 53.6% of the Windows 10 PCs. This is a massive increase from the 20 percent in November.
The previous major PC version released in the Spring – the Creators Update – is down from a 63.5% share in November to a 33.7% share at the end of December 2017. Version 1511 (Anniversary Update) is still running on 10.5 percent of the PCs in use, according to the new report.
Europe is the fastest region in terms of installing the latest OS version, as around 60 percent of the users there are on the Fall Creators Update. In Finland, for example, 67.4% of the PCs are on the latest version, while in many other countries the share is between 50 and 60%.
AdDuplex’s reports are based on 5,000 Windows store apps. You can read the full report here.