According to an Evans Data
survey, more software developers are thinking Linux when choosing operating system requirements for their new products:
"the total percent of developers targeting any version of Windows has declined significantly – by a full 10 percentage points - since this time last year. This continues a gradual downward trend in actual Windows targeting that has been continuing for the last two years."
Windows is still holds its pole position, but RedHat and SuSE are catching up.
"Total Linux targeting has increased by 34% from 8.8% targeting a year ago to 11.8% now"
Well, good news then...Especially since Vista users are not as many!See more here
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Labels: Computers and Internet, Linux, Switching from Windows to Linux