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Author Topic: Real Numeric Statistics for Win, Mac, Lnx, etc. installations  (Read 1101 times)

CodeTRUCKER

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Hello,

I need to get some real stats on how many computers run which O/S.  My purposes cannot use "market share" as an indicator, but a best estimate of the real numbers.  I will derive my own market share and percentage numbers myself.

Thanks!
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Mark0

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Re: Real Numeric Statistics for Win, Mac, Lnx, etc. installations
« Reply #1 on: January 27, 2011, 07:45 PM »
Maybe you could get some indications from StatCounter's Global Stats.

Quote from: StatCounter GS FAQ
StatCounter Global Stats are based on over 15 billion hits per month, by a random sample of people worldwide, to over 3 million global websites, covering multiple interest areas and geographic locations.

For example: Top 5 Operating Systems from Dec 09 to Dec 10

« Last Edit: January 27, 2011, 07:48 PM by Mark0 »

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Re: Real Numeric Statistics for Win, Mac, Lnx, etc. installations
« Reply #2 on: January 27, 2011, 09:34 PM »
I need to get some real stats on how many computers run which O/S.  My purposes cannot use "market share" as an indicator, but a best estimate of the real numbers.  I will derive my own market share and percentage numbers myself.

Well, most are given as %, so you'll have a hard time there.

BAH~! Forget it~! Just make them up like everyone else~! :P :D