Windows 8.1 closes in on Vista among desktop OS users - CNET
So with XP support ending, the chatter is about how ATM's typically rely on it, and how banks aren't going to be ready to upgrade them all before updates won't be available. I think it was a fella from CNet that was on TV this morning with a chart of the percentage of MS systems in use. I was surprised how many XP's and 8's there were. XP because it's so old, and 8 because it's so.....8....
I don't think PCs are going away completely. There's still a lot more you can do on a PC that you can't do on a tablet. The desktop computer might be going away but laptops are going to be around a while, especially as their computing power increase.I would take all of these numbers with a grain of salt. OSX probably has between 6% and 8% of the personal computer market.
But the "personal computer market" is growing less relevant every day as hardware diversifies and specializes.