If you were hoping July would yield another bumper month for Linux marketshare I'm here to gently shake you awake and waft an aromatic espresso under your nose.
A new month means new Linux marketshare stats from net analytics company NetMarketshare and they show Linux and Ubuntu were up for the fourth consecutive month in a row.
Usage of Linux-based desktop operating systems grew again in May 2020, according to stats shared by web analytics firm NetMarketShare.
We've all had to adapt to different ways of working of late, and according to stat trackers NetMarketShare that includes making more use of Linux!
Desktop Linux marketshare hit an all-time high of 6.91% in September 2017, according to the preliminary data from web analytics firm NetMarketShare.
Firefox marketshare is in decline and former Mozilla CTO Andreas Gal thinks he knows why. But are things really as bleak as the data suggests?
Desktop Linux marketshare hit an all-time high last month, according to the latest data from web analytics firm NetMarketShare.
Android is now the world's most popular operating system, having beaten Microsoft Windows in worldwide marketshare for the very first time.
This graph represents Google search volume for Ubuntu (the OS) from 2004 until now, 2017. Looking at the image it us hard to not conclude one thing: that interest in Ubuntu has peaked. But has it? I think there are a couple […]
Chrome OS marketshare is more than double that of traditional GNU/Linux in the USA, data from a web analytics company shows.
The latest stats from analytics companies show Linux is maintaining a marketshare of over 2% — but is it what it seems?
Worldwide Linux marketshare has passed 2% for the first time, according to data from analytics company Net Market Share.