These are the most popular operating systems in the world / Digital Information World



We know the concept of operating systems. Over the years we’ve seen different tech companies come up with their operating systems to be used specifically on their devices, of course that creates competitions and the results show different stats.

Users operate through these operating systems using different platforms; these platforms include desktops, tablets and mobile phones. Across desktops, we see that Windows has the highest rate of 75.89% user activity, followed by OS X with 16.74%, Chrome’s operating system with 1.99% and which is followed by a margin very close to Linux at 1.98%. On tablets, iOS takes the lead with 56.31%, followed of course by Android with 43.56%, Windows with 0.09% then Linux with 0.03%. The results are as expected because when it comes to devices like tablets, iOS and Android always take the lead. For smartphones, Android operating systems take center stage with 71.9% user activity, followed by iOS with 27.33% and then Samsung with 0.39% having Linux in the last with only 0.02% user activity.

Statistics for Windows operating system versions show Windows 10 to lead with around 77.65% user usage, followed by Windows 7 in second place with 16.55%, Windows 8.1 with 3.66 % and Windows Vista having the lowest percentage of 0.29%. If we look at the statistics of the market share of the Mac Desktop operating system version in the world, we will see that the most popular is macOS 10.15 with 67.04%, the rest includes macOS Mojave with 10.92%, macOS High Sierra with 9.09%, OS X 10.10 with 5.13%, macOS Sierra with 3.59% and, lastly, OS X EI Capitan with only 2.95% user utilization. Apple has installed a separate operating system for its phones and tablets. So far, iOS 14.4 is the most popular with over 45.8%, followed by iOS 14.3 with 21.27%, iOS 14.2 with 6.65%, then iOS 12.5 with 3.64% having iOS 14.0 AND 12.4 in the lowest positions large having a small margin between them of 2.52% and 2.38% respectively.

Looking at the results by region, in Africa Google’s Android leads with 53.46%, Microsoft’s Windows with 27.87% followed by Apple’s iOS with 12.04% and Linux again with the lowest percentage. 0.52%. Asia, the world’s largest continent, also shows similar results, with Android having 54.95% of most user activity, Windows having 27.25%, IOS having 11.74% and Linux at last. place with 0.68%. In Europe it is a little different with Windows in the lead with 40.43%, Android in second place with 31.75%, followed by iOS with 15.52% and Linux in last place with 1.2%.

In the United States of America, every operating system is also in demand; iOS has 30.65% of user activity, Windows 30.15%, Android has 19.66% and OS X with 14.58%, Chrome OS with 3.13% and Linux with the least activity of users. 0.81% users. In the UK, Windows is predominantly used with 33.53% user activity, iOS in second place with 26.67% then Android with 23.12%, OS X with 13.57% and Chrome OS being the least. used with 1.29%.

In Canada, Windows takes the lead with 40.2% of user activity, followed by iOS with 23.2%, just behind Android with 18.75%, then OS X with 14.34%, Chrome OS with 1.52% and as usual, Linux in the last with 0.85%.

Overall, in 2021, Android appears in the lead with 40.39% market share, Windows (32.34%) just behind, then iOS and OS X behind these two operating systems (which are the responsibility of Apple Inc.) . Looking at recent history, Android and Windows have proven to be very close to the demands throughout the year with iOS and OS X behind both of these operating systems.

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