although I can understand questioning Wikipedia's accuracy. There's this one, too:
I confess I didn't check before posting the 5% number. I assumed it would have at least held ground since I last checked. That figure is obviously out of date, unfortunately. Maybe it will see a bump after W8 is released; maybe.
I'd like to see Linux get a greater share of the desktop, but many of us have been hearing those trumpets blown for years. Besides, Linux is a success in every other platform and application; it doesn't need the desktop. Anyway, haven't we been hearing the desktop is dying for almost as long?
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