“Apple’s CEO says it’s tough times for corporate and education sales–but consumers are still buying. His biggest challenge? Convince the majority of Apple users to switch to OS X. […] At the start of the year, Apple had only 1 million of its 25 million Mac owners actively using OS X. That number is now in the range of 1.5 million to 2 million, although about 3 million Macs have been sold with the new OS on the hard drive. However, Jobs remains confident the company can end the year with 5 million OS X users.” Read the report at News.com. Update: TheRegister features an article where they chat with Apple’s Tevanian on Windows CIFS, networked Quartz.