With less than a month to go for the free upgrade to Windows 10, the latest Steam Survey results show that 44.96 percent of active Steam users are using Microsoft's latest operating system. This is 3.38 percent more than the month before. Windows 7 remains the second most-used operating system, it's use dropped 2.05 percent to 36.97 percent.
95.50% gamers on Steam are currently using Windows on their rigs, which is a 0.08% increase from May 2016. 44.96% of these users utilize the 64-bit version of Windows 10 for their gaming needs, which is a marked increase of 3.38% when compared to the statistics revealed in May. Windows 7 is at second place, commanding a user base of 36.97%, which is a noticeable decrease of 2.05%.
Meanwhile, the OSX user base appears to have stagnated and is holding 3.60% of the Steam gaming market share, while Linux has faced a decrease of 0.04% that brings it down to a total of 0.80% of Steam users playing on a Linux-powered machine.