Windows 11 has reached a new gaming PC adoption milestone

Windows 11 has reached a new gaming PC adoption milestone ...

The one-year anniversary of Windows 11 is nearing, and the number of users who have adopted the latest Microsoft operating system shows no signs of slowing down. In fact, the OS has just reached a new gaming PC adoption milestone.

According to the Steam Hardware and Software Survey, a quarter of the gaming PC population that runs a Microsoft operating system are now using Windows 11, 24.71%, according to the Valves website. Its share among Windows users increased by 2.94% this month, and its enjoying a solid showing across the whole platform.

Windows 10 occupying a comfortable 71.76% market share after a 3.65% decrease, although Microsoft's predominant operating system will only last three years longer.

The upcoming Windows 11 update 22H2 may attract more users to the platform, but its features like Auto HDR and DirectStorage, which are likely to benefit gamers, should be even more helpful. Make sure youve got the best SSD for gaming you can find with a PCIe 5.0 or 4.0 interface.