To date, almost a year after the last update released for Windows 7, still one fifth of Windows users it is using what has now become an unsecured operating system. Statistics from StatCounter (17,68%), NetMarketShare (21,67%) and United States Government Digital Analytics Program (18,9%) differ slightly but give us an idea of the current state of the market.
Calculating the real percentages is not easy, there may be millions of PCs using an outdated version of Windows that are not connected to the network or that are not being used on sites actively monitored by StatCounter or similar.
It is also difficult to be sure how many Windows PCs are out there and actively used. A hypothesis based on the latest statistics suggests that Windows 7 accounts for about a fifth of active Windows installations, probably there are therefore still over 100 million Windows 7 PCs in active use online at the end of 2020.
Companies from this year will have an additional incentive to upgrade their PCs as the cost of extended support it doubled starting from January 2021.
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Windows 7 still has more than 100 million active users