The Dell desktop computers that were once considered niche offerings are now more popular than any other computer, according to new data from the U.S. Census Bureau.
According to the report, the popularity of the Dell computer has increased by 11 percent since 2007, when the first-generation desktop was released.
The computer is now the most popular computer among households, the report said.
The data also showed that the number of people who owned a computer as a child more than doubled, from 1.7 million in 2007 to 2.1 million in 2014.
The number of households with computers rose by about 10 percent, from 2.6 million to 3.1 millions.
The Census Bureau said that the median age of households who owned computers in 2014 was 51, down from 53 in 2007.
The report said the decline in computer use among households was likely the result of fewer children using computers.
But it also noted that the use of computers in households increased as a percentage of households, from 35 percent in 2007, to 39 percent in 2014, the highest percentage since the Census Bureau began collecting data in 1973.
The Census Bureau did not provide data for 2014.