According to the latest AdDuplex data, Microsoft’s latest release the Windows 10 May 2019 Update is not having a good time. The data says its current usage share after more than one month of its roll-out is similar to that of the Windows 10 October 2018 Update.
The May 2019 Update is now standing at only 6.3 percent, a gain of 5 percent over the last month. The Windows 10 October 2018 Update’s usage share is 30 percent share, down from 31.3 percent, while its predecessor, the Windows 10 April 2018 Update is on top with 58 percent of usage share.
Nothing wrong with the figure but it’s a bit worrying for Microsoft that the May Update didn’t perform the way it’s expected to perform even though it didn’t face any such issues as the October 2018 Update. Despite a decent roll-out the May Update fails to gain market share and is way behind the April 2018 Update.
On the other hand, Windows 10 Fall Creators Update alone holds 2.5 percent share, while the Creators Update along with all the previous update is claiming only 2.9 percent.
Meanwhile, it’d be interesting to see as to when the May 2019 Update beat the April 2018 Update’s figure.