Windows grew its market share in February at the same rate as OS X decreased.
According to a study from research firm Net Applications, Windows grew its market share in February, on cost of OS X
In February, Windows accounted for 92.1 of the total operating system market according to Net Applications. Windows increase with only 0.1 of a percentage point, but it is the first increase since June 2009.
Like the previous trends, so reducing both Windows XP and Vista while Windows 7 continues to increase. Windows XP, fell to 65.5 percent of the market, down by 0.7 of a percentage point. Vista fell by a full percentage point and now account for 16.5 percent of the market.
Windows 7 continues to grow and in February it rose by 1.4 percentage points and now represents 8.9 percent of the market.
Apple’s OS X dropped 0.1 of a percentage point, just as much as Windows grew in February. OS X had in February 5.02 percent of the market.
The survey by Net Applications is based on analysis of 40 000 sites, which together have 160 million unique visitors each month. The survey in its entirety can be found here.