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Who is browsing the web? More Mac and Linux, less Windows

Windows still has a huge lead, but Mac and Linux seem to be on the upswing.

NetApplications tracks market share numbers on the Internet, surveying 160 million site visitors each month, among other means, to determine "who" is browsing the Internet.

Answer: More and more Linux and Mac users every day, with a dwindling (but still hefty) number of Windows users. Windows has lost traction all year, while these other two operating systems have gained:

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Linux usage rose 14% in the last month. Maybe more people are doing their Christmas shopping with Ubuntu so that they can actually afford their Christmas shopping? :-)


Via Digg.