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Linux is a desktop creature
Written by Daniel   
Friday, 23 November 2007 09:33
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By Nick Farrell: Friday, 23 November 2007, 8:49 AM

DESPITE a lack of enthusiasm from Linux geeks for sticking their cherished Open Sauce software on the desktop, it seems that it is in this area that the OS is stealing ground from Microsoft.
According to the preliminary report on the Linux Foundation's annual survey from Desktop Linux, the Open Sauce software is growing in popularity.
More than double the numbers of people filled in the survey this year, in comparison to last year.

More than half of them were in Europe with 35.8 per cent in the US. According to the findings, more than 68.4 per cent of desktops were used in homes and offices with less than hundred PCs. Medium-sized businesses with user bases of 101 to 500 made up 9.7 per cent and bigger businesses with 1,001 to 5,000 users came next.
Windows is still popular even with those running Linux. More than 59.6 per cent of Linux users still run VoleWare.... More   Comment in the Forums

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