Desktop Linux rapidly approaching mainstream in some countries
Desktop Linux is rapidly approaching mainstream
and at least one country its reaching the magic 7% figure.
Top companies like Google now predominantly use Desktop Linux while
windopws usage falls to 20%. Nothing can reverse the trend.
Windopws usage is minimal amongst top companies.
Appil don't use it, google don't use it, IBM don't use it,
the stock exchanges around the world don't use it and many
governments around the world don't use it.
The number 1 reason for switching to Linux is its technical
superiority closely followed by Linux and its cost savings
and third priority is security.
There are tens of thousands of companies
that use Linux and develop products for Linux or with Linux
and sell 14 million+ embedded gadgets PER DAY.
The Linux hoard is massing to 0wn micohsaft desktop space.
Whether micoshaft shaft themselves or Desktop Linux delivers
the blow, micoshaft is on its way to becoming irrelevant
to the desktop market.
Ubuntu aims for 200 million users and could potentially
gut micohsaft when HP also switches its OS to webos Linux.
Netbook grip is also lost as major manufacturers switch
to preloading Android Linux. All of these products
also support LibreOffice and its derivatives like OpenOffice.
It won't be long before distros start selling full support
for Libre Office 24/7 and grab the lion's share of billions
in corporate IT spending.
After the magic 7% figure is passed and Desktop Linux becomes
mainstream, no one can specify
micoshaft as a recommended OSen in competitive bids.
It has to allow Linux solution providers into the market
or find itself in court for unfair business practices.
Massive opportunities for Linux companies ahead.
At the rate at which micoshaft is now bleeding and
allowing Google catch up, there is likely hood
micoshaft is pushed to 3rd biggest IT company position
within a year, and may be a significant portion of that
by the end of this year.