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  1. AMD is biting at Intel's server market share with its largest gains in over a decade Intel is still holding the fort in mobile and desktop, but Epyc chips are snapping at Xeon's dominance in the datacentre. (Image credit: AMD) The first few months of 2021 have been absolutely massive for AMD and Intel. According to the latest report from Mercury Research, the first three months of 2021 saw the largest yearly increase in shipments of CPUs in a quarter of a century, and second only to the final moments of 2020 in terms of raw volume. You'd be perhap
  2. Intel grabs CPU market share back from AMD for first time in 3 years Mostly thanks to AMD's processor shortages What just happened? We’ve been hearing for a while now that AMD is continuing to chip away at Intel’s dominance of the CPU market, but according to a new report, the trend reversed in Q4 when Chipzilla gained market share for the first time in three years. Mercury Research’s results for the fourth quarter of 2020 show that AMD lost some of its x86 market share despite having a good year overall. In desktop, the company fell from 20.1 percent
  3. AMD Ryzen CPU Gain A Mammoth Market Share Versus Intel’s Core Lineup – Ryzen 3000 Outselling Intel 4 to 1, Ryzen 7 3700X Sales Eat Up Intel’s Entire Lineup The latest market share and revenue report for AMD Ryzen and Intel Core processors are in from Mindfactory (via Ingebor) and it looks like the red team has got a major win on their hands. Based on the figures from Germany’s biggest retail outlet, the report shows that AMD while consistently topping Intel for an entire year has now surpassed them with an unimaginable and record share. AMD Ryzen CPU Share Highest
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    Chrome swallows more share

    Its biggest monthly user-share gain in three years pushes Google’s browser ever closer to the 70% mark. Chrome again jumped in user share, adding the most in a single month since its 2016 heyday, when Google took advantage of a disastrous Microsoft decision to claim the top spot. According to web analytics company Net Applications, Chrome's July user share climbed by 2.3 percentage points to end the month at 68.6%, a record for Google's browser. The month's increase was the largest since August 2016, at the tail end of an eight-month tsunami that swe
  5. Win-Win Future generations won't understand this slide WITH LESS THAN six months until Windows 7 officially becomes an ex-operating-system, there's encouraging news for Microsoft from this months market share figures from Netmarketshare. After a fairly stagnant few months, Windows 10 has seen a significant uptake in users, tantalisingly close to having half the market at 48.86 (3.07). Perhaps more importantly for Microsoft, Windows 7, which started the year with over 40 per cent market share, has taken a big tumble to 31.83 (-3.55). The com
  6. Windows 10 Barely Moves the Needle on Global Market Share Data shows Windows 10 records minor share increase New data provided by NetMarketShare shows that while Windows 10 continues to be the leading choice for desktop computers across the world, it barely moved the needle on global market share numbers last month. Windows 10 increased its share from 45.73% to 45.79%, despite the arrival of the May 2019 Update. Microsoft started the rollout of Windows 10 May 2019 Update, or version 1903, in late May. Last month, the company made it available for all seeker
  7. Microsoft refutes claim of Windows use decline, says usage up 75% We reported two days ago that Windows appears to have lost market share to Linux and MacOS in the last month, dropping more than 1%. Now Microsoft has responded by claiming not only has Windows use increased, but that usage is up massively, a full 75% YoY. This amounts to 4 trillion minutes of use a month, or 7,610,350 years. It, of course, makes sense that with everyone stuck at home use of larger screens would increase
  8. Netmarketshare: Edge up and Windows 10 down in the latest report Netmarketshare has released their market share for April 2020. The data shows the new Edge continuing to make gains why Windows 10 sees an inexplicable drop in share compared to March 2020’s data. In this month’s report, Windows 10’s share is 56%, down from 57.34% earlier. The big drop is not due to a resurgence of Windows 7 due to #StayAtHome, as Windows 7 also dropped from 26.3% to 25.59% share. It turns out Windows’s drop in share overall is from an unexpected quarter – Linux use surged
  9. Windows by the numbers: Remaining Windows 7 users in no rush to move on With the Windows 7 end-of-support deadline now receding in the rear view mirror, users of the aged OS no longer seem to be in any rush to upgrade to Windows 10. pan xiaozhen modified by IDG Comm. / Microsoft (CC0) Windows 7 users who missed the operating system's mid-January support deadline weren't in any hurry last month to dump the operating system. According to data published Sunday by American analytics com
  10. Windows by the numbers: Windows 10 is on track to reach 85% by mid-2021 It's not unusual for Windows 10 use to rise as Windows 7's use falls, which is what happened (again) in June. One continuing surprise: it was the third straight month where Linux saw gains. Microsoft Windows 10 recorded strong growth again in June as the five-year-old operating system added more than a percentage point in share just as the now-obsolete Windows 7 retreated by almost as much. According to metrics vendor Net Applications, W
  11. Windows by the numbers: Windows 10, Windows 7 pause their ups and downs Windows 10 turned five years old in July, marking the anniversary with something of a pause in its market share growth. NiroDesign / Getty Images Windows 10 took a breather in July, perhaps celebrating its fifth birthday with a little too much adult beverage and – although the share data was deceptive – essentially remained flat for the month. According to California analytics company Net Applications, Windows 10 purportedly grew by four
  12. AdDuplex: Windows 10 version 1909 becomes the most popular version Today, AdDuplex published its monthly report on Windows 10 usage. The data is based on the over 5,000 Microsoft Store apps that use the AdDuplex SDK v.2 or higher, and it was collected on August 27. Compared to last month's report, the big news is that version 1909 is the most popular version now, finally passing 1903. The newest version, 2004, increased from 11.6% to 24.1%, as it's finally starting to roll out more broadly. Version 1909 decreased in usage from 36.8% to 35.5%, and ve
  13. Nvidia crushes AMD with 80% GPU market share ahead of Ampere launch Team Green has increased slice of the dGPU market by 10% - at the expensive of AMD (Image credit: Nvidia) Nvidia claimed 80% of the discrete GPU market in the second quarter of 2020, stealing market share from rival AMD. That’s according to the latest figures from Jon Peddie Research (JPR), which claim that Nvidia saw its share of the graphics card market increase from 71% in the second quarter of 2019 to 80% in the Q2 2020. That impress
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