Migration watch: In October, Microsoft's most popular OS continued to be Windows 7; it powered 51.4% of all Windows machines. Meanwhile, Windows 10 ran 32.8% of Windows PCs.
Windows 7 surrendered a few more users last month as its share of the overall Windows universe slipped a bit closer to 50%.
But if the veteran operating system were a person, it would be that party guest who stayed well past welcome, lingering long after everyone else has left, after the hosts have, in fact, gone to bed. And there Windows 7 would sit, talking without a listener, making itself at home, feet up on the coffee table.
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