Windows XP Still More Popular than Windows 10 and Windows 11 in One CountrySoftpedia News Bogdan Popa
Windows XP is already an ancient operating system, but this doesn’t necessarily mean everybody out there is just ready to let it go.
Not at all, and Armenia is just the living proof in this regard.
According to statistics provided by StatCounter and noticed by German site WinFuture, Armenia is still very addicted to Windows XP, as the 2001 operating system continues to be the leading platform in the country.
In other words, Windows XP is much more popular than newer releases like Windows 7 and Windows 10, and of course, Windows 11 doesn’t even matter in Armenia.
Windows 10 currently the runner-up
More specifically, 53.5 percent of the computers in the country are currently on Windows XP. What this means is that more than 1 in 2 Armenian PCs are powered by an ancient operating system, and this is concerning for so many reasons, including the overall security.
Windows XP no longer receives any updates since April 2014, so in theory, all the found… (read more)
Source: Softpedia News