GNU/Linux Share of Global Page-Views Reaches New High

Date
2015-Apr-22
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GNU/Linux
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Eight days in April, 2015, so far, have reached 2% share of page-views for GNU/Linux on the desktop worldwide, according to data from StatCounter. Three of them were new all time highs. 17 days were over 1.9%. The average daily share was 1.93%. This is yet another indication that 2015 is The Year of the GNU/Linux Desktop. Amen.

About Robert Pogson

I am a retired teacher in Canada. I taught in the subject areas where I have worked for almost forty years: maths, physics, chemistry and computers. I love hunting, fishing, picking berries and mushrooms, too.
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One Response to GNU/Linux Share of Global Page-Views Reaches New High

  1. ram says:

    My company administers around a dozen servers around the world across many industries. We have never, ever, seen Microsoft exceed 32% of pages views (all their OS’s added together), and that was during their peak almost ten years ago now. Today they are lucky to exceed ten percent (after deleting “page views” coming from Microsoft owned servers). They have used “page view” spiders for a long time, but the IP addresses all trace back to blocks owned/controlled by Microsoft corporation. They have been “smoke and mirrors” and accounting tricks for a long time. When the CEO of Enron said he wanted “Enron to be the Microsoft of the energy business” he wasn’t kidding! Perhaps Microsoft is the Enron of the software business?

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