It's possible that the Linux desktop will never be anything more than a fad among geeky enthusiasts. If so, a growing swell of people appear to be much more faddish of late, as numbers from W3Counter.com appear to indicate.
All the OS companies seems to be stealing from that big Microsoft pie this year as a result of Vista and their declining brand recognition.
Yeah. The forecast for Microsoft is not good at the moment. I've a feeling the computing landscape will be quite different in the next ten or fifteen years. I may be wrong, but I don't think the average home user has much need for bulky and excessive OSes any more. A lot of stuff can, and is, done via the internet these days. What do people use their computers for? Internet? Music? Photography? Some "office" related stuff?
linux can do those things, and yet it's free
Was only a mater of time till the "Dark Age Of Window's" to pass , Stevey did nail it, 1997-2007 for the world to live in shadows and Yay now we see the light and its Mac this Mac that and if u not Mac you Linux. i Welcome are new Over Lord's, Hail 'MacNux'!
It went from 0.01% to 0.016% desktop market share. (Sarcasm. I don't know the real numbers, but I'm not far off.)
Linux will never amount to anything significant. Nor will Macs.
Linux will never amount to anything significant. - I wouldn't make that bet. Nor will Macs. - Thats a Good One lol way funny last i checked Apple stock is $156 and still climbing MS is $29 and oh yea this... http://www.cnet.com/8301-13... o o o O
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