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Apple's Mavericks operating system set the OS X early-adoption record last month, with a third of all Macs running the new edition within weeks of its introduction.
Windows 8's uptake stalled in November, while the now-aging Windows 7 continued to gain ground, a Web metrics company said Sunday.
Windows 8's user share in October climbed past the 10 per cent milestone for the first time since the launch of the radically-overhauled OS a year ago, an analytics company said Friday.
Apple's new Mac operating system ended October with an 11 per cent user share of all Macs that went online during the month, the strongest start ever for an OS X upgrade.
Five days after its release, Apple's new OS X Mavericks had accumulated more usage share than the predecessor Mountain Lion did in five weeks, an ad network claimed today.
Windows 8 last month fell even further behind the historical adoption pace of Windows Vista, Microsoft's 2007 flop, new statistics showed today.
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