While in February, there was an increase in the Windows market share, Netmarketshare data for March show the opposite.
Last year Windows 10 overtakes Windows 7 to become the most widely used operating system. In December Netmarketshare accounted for 39.22% of the market by Windows 10 and 36.9% of the market from Windows 7.
In January shortly after Windows 10 began to grow, Microsoft announced that it would no longer offer support for Windows 7 after January 14, 2020. This means there will be no free security updates but some users can pay if they want support.
After the news that Windows 7 would be left to the pity, the operating system grew to 38.41% in the market in February but did not last.
Recent records say Windows 10 has gone up to 43.62% while Windows 7 has dropped to 36.52.
Of course this is the beginning of the end for the 10-year operating system Windows 7.