The 'irrelevance of Microsoft' Illustrated in a Single Chart
Wochit | Jul 22, 2013
Microsoft has long been the leader when it comes to personal computing, but the advent of mobile marked a major paradigm shift that Microsoft still hasn't gotten a grasp on. Microsoft still dominates the PC market by a staggering margin; Windows currently powers 91.5% of all PCs currently in use, according to Net Applications' June data. But there's a huge problem: The PC market isn't where the growth or profits are anymore when it comes to connected devices. In a recent post on his blog titled "The irrelevance of Microsoft," mobile analyst Benedict Evans shared a few charts that help illustrate why Microsoft is facing such a huge conundrum right now.