U.S. proves to be a stronghold for Windows 10

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Windows 10 usage in the U.S. is about 24% higher than worldwide, U.S. government statistics show.

Windows 10’s October share of all Windows editions was 10.9%, according to the Digital Analytics Program (DAP), which collects and collates visits to more than 4,000 websites on over 400 different domains maintained by U.S. government agencies, including the National Weather Service, the Internal Revenue Service and the Social Security Administration.

That was significantly higher — 24% higher, in fact — than the global metric produced by U.S. analytics vendor Net Applications for the same period. Earlier this month, Net Applications’ data showed that Windows 10 powered approximately 8.8% of all Windows PCs worldwide during October.

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