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Written by Nick Heer.

Windows XP Still Has 29% OS Market Share

On April 8, Windows XP will reach the end of its support life, but it still has a 29% share of the overall operating system market. For comparison, when it reached end of life in June 2010, Windows 2000 had a market share of just 0.75%, and all versions of operating systems which identify as “Linux” had a market share of 1.01% in the same time period, according to NetMarketShare. In fact, Windows XP is still the second most popular version of Windows.