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Stephen Barncard stephenREVOLUTION at barncard.com
Thu Feb 1 17:09:32 EST 2007


I've seen these figures get smaller and smaller for Apple every year. 
Yet they innovate, thrive, sell a lot of product and are flush with 
cash.

   Without confirmation these are just numbers thrown up again. As I 
said before, who harvested these figures, what are they based on and 
why should I believe them?


>  > August 14 2006:
>> 
>>  1. Windows XP 86.80%
>>  2. Windows 2000 6.09%
>>  3. Windows 98 2.68%
>>  4. Macintosh 2.32%
>>  5. Windows ME 1.09%
>>  6. Linux 0.36%
>>  7. Windows NT 0.24%
>>  8. Macintosh Power PC 0.15%
>
>If measuring the desktop market this looks pretty real to me. Toss the net
>wider and take in phone OSs (or even just servers), its going to look a
>little different.
>
>Id also conjecture that of those Win 2000 boxes, the majority of them are in
>corporations that are still (even with Vista here) migrating to XP and will
>be for some time to come.
>
>Best regards,
>
>
>Lynn Fredricks
>Worldwide Business Operations
>Runtime Revolution, Ltd
>

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stephen barncard
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