NetmarketShare has released some statistics which shows that Linux distributions have crossed 2% marketshare on the desktop for the first time!
The company has tracked Android and Linux users separately. Android also runs on Linux Kernel but tracking it separately makes sense. The data firm has tracked 40,000 + websites around the world to track linux users. Tracking such huge number of websites can provide accurate data on Linux Share on desktops!
On the other hand Wikimedia has tracked user based on their visit to Wikipedia. The june 2016 data says that Linux is running on around 1.1% of desktop operating systems. Good to see that Linux is climbing up slowly and will try to beat Windows one day. Linux operating system is a open source operating system, which is simple and works really great. Still majority of users choose Windows which provides lots of features included and easy to use!
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