Since its release in 2015, Windows 10 has been aggressively pushed by Microsoft
in an effort to get consumers to trade in their older operating system (OS)
versions. It's been a long fight, but according to NetMarketShare
, the company's latest OS is now in the number one spot for desktop/laptop users.After gradually reeling in Windows 7 over the last few years, 10 has a market share of 39.22 percent compared to 7's 36.90 percent.