On 2007/01/26 0:42, Martin Tournoij seems to have typed: > It's probably more than 90%, the last study I saw (~2 years ago) said > that 98% of the users used windows.
That survey is clearly wrong. With Apple pulling 4-5% of the (new) market, and the average time between replacements being higher with MacOS over Windows, the absolute largest percentage that use Windows would be 96%. Any number higher than that is clearly wrong. That assumes everybody who doesn't buy a Mac runs Windows. So that would be 0.0% market share for every variant of Linux and every variant of BSD. Assume a higher than 0.0% market share for the open source OS's and the maximum value for windows further declines. My gut feeling is that the 90% number is about right, but I would believe anything from 85%-94%. Any higher than 94% can't be right. There are obviously more than zero BSD and Linux users. :) _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"