Linked by snydeq on Thu 10th Sep 2009 18:18 UTC
Windows Performance and metrics researcher Devil Mountain Software has released an array of real-world Windows use data as compiled by its, a community-based monitoring tool that receives real-time data from about 10,000 PCs throughout the world. Tracking users specific configurations, as well as the applications they actually use, the tool provides insights into real-world Windows use, including browser share, multicore adoption, service pack adoption, and which anti-virus, productivity, and media software users are most prevalent among Windows users. Of note is the fact that, two years after Vista's release, not even 30 percent of PCs actually run it, that is making inroads into the Microsoft Office user base, and that, despite the rise of Firefox, Internet Explorer remains the standard option for inside-the-firewall apps.
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by Phuqker on Sat 12th Sep 2009 21:08 UTC in reply to "RE:"
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Oh, I have nothing against OpenOffice. I think it's a great product. My only point was that I doubt it's as prevalent as the study seems to suggest, due to statistical selection bias.

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