Posted by: Nathan Simon
Internet Explorer, licensing, Market Share, OS, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows XP
Yet, its nowhere close to Windows XP overall penetration of the global operating systems market (54%).
Windows 7, in contrast, is flourishing both at home and at work. Microsoft cites an IDC estimate that 90 percent of corporations are currently in the process of migrating to Windows 7, and Redmond claims that deploying Windows 7 will allow businesses to save around $140 per PC per year. This corporate take-up should have some nice side-effects—notably, it’ll be another nail in the coffin of Internet Explorer 6.
Windows 7 will catch up to Windows XP, but by that time Windows 8 will be almost ready.
Please tell me you are reading my blog from Windows 7, or anywhere by Windows XP… time to move on my friends.