Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 2nd May 2009 10:23 UTC, submitted by Luis
Linux Yes boys and girls, it's Net Applications time. Sure, their figures are flawed, and sure, they're misused all over the non-scientifically educated media, but that doesn't mean they do not indicate trends. One of those trends was a slowly rising popularity of Linux, which hit 0.93% market share in August 2008, only to sink back again during the following months. Well, it's April May 2009 now, and Linux has finally crossed the 1% market share line!
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RE[2]: Study paid by Microsoft
by kensai on Sat 2nd May 2009 15:54 UTC in reply to "RE: Study paid by Microsoft"
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Here you go the market share study is fake:
Linux Servers exceed 13% market share:
Linux in super computers market share, this one says 87% market share in supercomputers, but still a lot:
Fedora 10 alone has one million users:

Man, Linux is unstoppable, we are everywhere and rule almost all markets. Just remember the desktop is not MS intended market, if they are left with desktop market alone they would go broke.

Edited 2009-05-02 15:55 UTC

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