I'm not entirely following your question. Are you saying that you have read that 'More than half of Adobe CC subscribers use Macs?'
ProDesignTools regularly reports on Adobe product statistics, but I can't remember it being broken down by operating system.
There also quite a few articles on Forbes
But I very much doubt that the majority of Creative Cloud subscriptions are used with Mac systems. Of the nine million Creative Cloud subscriptions at the time of ProDesignTools article, more than half of them were for the $10/month Photography plan, so not serious graphic professionals. So it is not a stretch to correlate those users to average user market share. This graphic came from THIS ARTICLE and it shows just 2.9% using OSX at that time.
The ever useful Wikipedia also breaks it down by year from 2002 to the present, and while that shows growth for Mac users, Windows still strongly dominate.
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Well, I need specific source tho... I know that Windows dominate the entire OS but people kept saying that there are more MacOS users than Window users.
It used to be "about 50/50" back in the suite days, according to Adobe.
Haven't seen anything recently, but with Apple apparently giving up the pro market it may have shifted towards Windows since then.
I suspect this is commercially sensitive information for Adobe and would not be available to the public.
Does anyone know which OS has more subscribers between Windows 10 and MacOS in 2015~2017? I heard that more than half of MacOS users subscribed Adobe CC but couldn't find the source for that informations.
The last time I heard that "more than half" of Photoshop users were Mac users was 15-20 years ago. The most recent figure I saw was in a 2009 blog post by the Photoshop product manager at the time, John Nack. In the comments of the linked post he answered a user by saying:
Last time I checked, Creative Suite sales were roughly 50/50 Mac/Win.
I haven't seen a more recent figure than that, but it's probably a safe guess that the tilt toward Windows has increased since 2009.
I think so too. And since people can install different OS on their machine (whatever the system), the statistic could be so-so. My 2¢