So Long to Windows 8, The Least Popular Version of Windows in Recent History | Business Insider

Windows 8 has  been support, Microsoft is end the support today , the operating system that it released in 2012.most of  Windows 8 users at home and in businesses will no longer get any updates Windows 8 won’t be missed. It was a major break with Microsoft’s past, with a new interface that favored touch and buried the traditional Windows desktop, and it never took off. As you can see in this chart based on NetMarketShare statistics, its market share peaked at well under 10% in early 2013, then was quickly surpassed by Windows 8.1, an update that reversed some of its UI quirks. And it was quickly surpassed by Windows 10, which was just released last summer and favored the more traditional desktop look and feel.