Only 0.21 percent of Windows users have upgraded to version 11 of the operating system

Only 0.21 percent of Windows users have upgraded to version 11 of the operating system

Windows 11 has been upgraded by only 0.21 percent of PC users. Despite the fact that the latest version of Microsoft’s operating system is free to upgrade. Surprisingly, more PC users are still using Windows XP (3.62 percent ). Users have also remained loyal to Windows 7 and Windows 8, with 5.98 percent and 4.86 percent, respectively.

Microsoft released Windows 11 this month, which has a revised user interface, new widgets, and a new Microsoft Store. Users with qualified Windows 10 PCs may update immediately, but it’s been almost a month and few people appear to notice.

Highlights

  • How about you, have you upgraded to Windows 11 yet? If you haven’t, why not? Share your reasons in the comments, and stay tuned to TechNave for more news like this.

  • By the way, my laptop is eligible but I haven’t upgraded either. So, why aren’t people upgrading to Windows 11? This is partly because a new OS tends to have bugs, like the performance issues on AMD laptops found last month. But in my opinion, most people are too comfortable with what they’re using and can’t be bothered to change. I call this the too-lazy-to-upgrade syndrome that plagues Windows users.