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Steam numbers also show a small Windows 10 usage share drop

We reported yesterday on a small drop in Windows 10 usage share, as reported by NetMarketShare, from 22.99% to 22.53%. Now new market share numbers from Steam has also shown a drop, from 48.95% of Steam users to 48.90%, a 0.05% drop. In the case of Steam, there was an increase of 0.1% usage share of […]
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