“Apple’s OS X El Capitan in October got off to the fastest-ever one-month start for a Mac operating system,” Gregg Keizer reports for Computerworld. “”
“El Capitan, also tagged by Apple as OS X 10.11, was released on the last day of September: 31 days later, it had been installed on another 25% of all Macs, bumping its total to 27%, according to U.S. analytics firm Net Applications,” Keizer reports. “The October increase was the largest one-month user share gain by an edition of OS X in the six years that Computerworld has recorded Net Applications’ data, beating Mavericks and Yosemite, the two previous upgrades Apple handed out free of charge.”
Keizer reports, “Approximately 90% of all Macs were eligible to upgrade to El Capitan when the operating system launched.”
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