Windows still leads the pack when it comes to operating systems for laptops and desktops.

Microsoft’s OS is found on 88.14% of computers accessing the Internet. This, according to numbers from NetMarketShare. How do other operating systems stack up?

  • Windows – 88.14%
  • Mac OS – 9.38%
  • Linux –  1.89%
  • Chrome OS – .42%

Despite the popularity of Chromebooks in schools, they haven’t caught on for most users outside of an educational setting.

When you take a deeper dive into those numbers, you’ll see that a lot of folks are still using Windows 7, despite the fact that security and bug support ended back in January.

Here’s how the top 10 Operating systems ranked.

  • Windows 10 – 52.58%
  • Windows 7 – 29.34%
  • Mac OS X –  4.10%
  • Windows 8.1 – 3.74%
  • Mac OS X 10.15 – 1.97%
  • Mac OS X 10.13 – 1.60%
  • Windows XP – 1.60%
  • Linux – 1.27 %
  • Mac OS X 10.120  – .71%
  • Windows 8.0  -.63%

When it comes to the mobile market, Android is the clear leader at 70% compared to 21% for Apple’s iOS.

But the mobile market is much more fragmented in terms of which version people are running on their devices.

  • Android 9.0 – 17.14%
  • Android 8.1 – 12.18%
  • iOS 13.3 – 8.48%
  • Android 8.0 – 7.63%
  • Android 7.0 – 6.33%
  • Android 6.0 – 5.99%
  • Android 6.05.99%
  • iOS 12.4 – 4.90%
  • Android – 4.78
  • Android 7.1 – 4.51%
  • iOS 12.3 – 4.45%