Last weeks push by Microsoft about Windows 11 being all that and a bag of chips, was probably due to early awareness on something alarming. Windows 11 userbase dropped while Windows 10 sent up, as determined by StatCounter, our favorite for showing the numbers by OS and version. It’s a small drop, and perhaps even statistically insignificant at .07%, but for the operating system that’s been out for about 18 months, the roughly 23% adoption amount is pathetic. Their success appears to be driven only be the fact that most new systems only come with Windows 11. This could be a rough bit, especially after this weeks WWDC announcements of a lot of new Mac hardware, also a topic of discussion on this weeks Computer Talk Radio.
Here’s an unpleasant surprise for Microsoft: Windows 11 is now losing users, and that could spell serious trouble ahead.