Linux Doubles Its Share Of The Desktop

Linux has doubled its Desktop share of the operating system hierarchy in the past couple of years, with the most recent "bump" this Summer possibly due to Chromebook sales (since Chrome OS uses the Linux kernel). 

Oddly enough, Windows share has remained pretty constant at 90%, whereas macOS lost a little to allow for the Linux increase. Linux still only has a little over 3% market share, but that's a noticeable increase nonetheless.




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