The Czech Republic and Slovakia: Windows 10 is gaining popularity
Windows 10 debuted six months ago. Gemius decided to find out how popular the new operating system is in the Czech Republic and Slovakia.
Are there more people browsing websites in these two Central and Eastern European countries on devices with Windows 10? The new version of the popular operating system debuted in late July 2015, but some users had the opportunity to test it earlier. Gemius decided to survey how Windows 10 has been doing since its debut in the Czech Republic and Slovakia.
Windows 10 more popular in the Czech Republic
The data show that domestic traffic in both countries from devices with the new version of Windows installed is growing from month to month. However, the traffic in the Czech Republic is growing much faster – more than 12 per cent of visits were made through such devices in January 2016, nearly triple the amount in August.
The same month, the Windows 10 traffic of Slovakian users was just over seven per cent, a similar level to that in December of 2015.
Over 75 per cent of traffic in the Czech Republic is through Windows
During the analysed months (August 2015 − January 2016), more than 75 per cent of the traffic in the Czech was generated from devices with Windows operating systems. Slovakian users browse websites on devices with such operating systems somewhat less frequently, representing only 70 per cent of all domestic traffic.
About the gemiusTraffic study
The data comes from a study on traffic on websites (gemiusTraffic), which Gemius is carrying out in more than 20 countries in Europe, the Middle East and North Africa (combined data for Bahrain, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Oman, the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Iraq, Kuwait, Qatar, Syria, Yemen, Libya and the Palestinian National Authority). The data is collected through tracking scripts embedded in the code of websites involved in the study.