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And some more info and statics with charts, to refudiate your claims of Windows XP and Vista (the latter also a disaster for MS) of combined market share.

And it shows what you know of Linux. FACT, it along with various flavours of Unix, power the known global Internet servers, Observatories, MET/weather offices, Space exploration, the Mars machines, the majority of military machines/equipment, medical equipment, and lo and behold a good number of desktop, laptops around the world, and the no.1 O/S for mobile - Android, followed shortly by Firefox O/S and Ubuntu Touch.

You like many, incorrectly and simply refer to the desktop/laptop use of an O/S, yes where MS currently dominates, but not for long.

Good Day

Andrew Brown

On 31/07/2013 10:20 AM, Andrew Brown wrote:
Again, you troll with no supply of facts. My response was out by 2% WOW!!!!!!! but this article includes tablets and Windows RT

Andrew Brown

On 31/07/2013 04:45 AM, Urmas wrote:
Just know that they are taking a knock, what with Windows 8 only
migrating into less than 2% of the world market of their existing XP and
Windows 7 base

Windows 8 already has a market share of Windows XP and Vista combined on newer hardware (It's about 9 times of Linux marketshare, btw.).

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