I think that it depends on what your demographic is. If you are talking about people who barely know how to switch on a computer, then you are going to get windows users. For people who actually use a computer for what it is intended, then, for instance in the scientific community, 50% of people use Macs because of the UNIX base, then 30% are Linux users and the rest use Windows.


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On 30 Mar 2007, at 08:11, Kirk Northrop wrote:

Andy wrote:
I can see how it got Netscape, FireFox is derived from the Netscape
code base, but how it got from the word "Linux" into the word Mac I
don't know. And this was for a user agent that was stating it's OS as

Simple - Not Windows probably means Mac OS. In a tiny amount of cases it means Linux, or DOS or OS/2 etc, but even this is a tiny percentage compared to Mac OS, and anyone using such an OS is likely to be tech minded.

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