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See the story elsewhere! LOL!
(I've posted a link, go actually read it.)
Um, no. I said:
And you replied:
But going through the conversion process so that they can do the same things less expensively, more securely, and more easily *is* a motivation. A strong one. And I said so, not that you read it or anything.
Well, actually, they say "About 94.4 percent of all the PCs and other handheld devices shipped in 2003 run Windows". That's two-year-old data, Bill. And there's the link I posted:
Of course, this is much more recent data.
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Here's something I posted back in August: "Marketing will be necessary for Linux to 'take over' the desktop; in this, billwg actually has a point. But the case of...
Well, as I've noted, they tend to underestimate when they make future projections. But the main point is you're comparing old data to new data and claiming that they are inconsistent. That's pretty funny, because what they actually indicate is that Linux's desktop share is rising.
I didn't forget, I quoted them in my post because we're using English. Try it without the quotes. Or just try "need vbrun" (without the quotes).
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