“The Federal Digital Analytics Program (DAP) reports that while Windows is the most popular end-user operating system, it’s dropped below 50 percent to 49.2 percent. This is based on 2.17 billion visits over the past 90 days to more than 400 executive branch government domains across about 5,000 total websites, including every cabinet department.”
See Today’s most popular operating systemsChuckle. Linux operating systems have relegated M$’s operating system to less than 50% share of usage on the web according to the US government. Most of the change comes due to increasing usage of mobile devices where TOOS is almost non-existent. It still commands the vast majority of desktop OS.
The big winner is the Linux kernel. The vociferous opponents of GNU/Linux who haunt this blog can’t have it both ways. If GNU/Linux is not “GNU” and is Linux, then Android/Linux can’t be just Android. It’s Linux underneath. Yes, it is. We can see the source code.