Thousands more Linux desktops
On Sat, 19 Feb 2005 11:58:00 +0100, OK
You missed this bit:-
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Thousands more Linux desktops! Discussion, linux
That is an impressive figure, but it's dated. The CNet article that your link refers to has expired. Strange that an earlier...
Now just how many pages-websites is it installed on? Would they be of *any* interest to linux users? Are those websites compatible with *any* browser, or just windows ones?
Oh yeah, you believe *everything* you read on the web.
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William Poaster poked his little head through the XP firewall and said: "And it said that Linux' market share will reach 33% by 2007, meaning Microsoft's margins will...
How do *you* know? Linux browsers can be made to tell websites that they are whatever the website *wants* them to be. My Opera can tell a website that apart from being linux Opera, it's either Mozilla 3, 4.78 or 5, or that it's IE6 etc, etc. The same can be done with Firefox. One of my browsers reports to google that it's Mozilla 5 on a MAC, or I can change it to IE6 on XP, or Netscape Navigator 4.76 on either a MAC or Win 95, & so on , & so on. It really depends on *what* browser the website is expecting to see. So those figures you gave, mean *nothing*.
See IDC Analysts.
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