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Operating Systems Market Share

Operating Systems Usage (OS analysis)

The chart below summarizes the market share for the top operating systems in use today. This operating system (OS) analysis shows that Microsoft Windows is still the most utilized operating system followed by MAC and Linux. We only list operating systems that have amassed at least 0.1% of the market share during the selected time period.

You can view this report utilizing trend charting by visiting the Operating Systems Market Share Trend page.

Date Range Interval Chart Type Browser Operating System Search Engine Connection
Jan '14 - Jun '14 monthly 3D Pie All Browsers All Operating Systems All Search Engines All Connections

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  User Comments  
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3D-pie is way too manipulative, change it to 2D-pie chart so we can assure small shares don't seem bigger as they are and bigger shares don't seem smaller than they are.

kimble9t 12/10/12 10:36PM

How can get the OS Mkt Share & Trends data seperated for PC market & Server market?

I know Windows dominates PC market but not Server market.

Residential/Corporate filter will not help.

Is there any way to get that report?

siyer 10/18/11 2:29AM

Hmmmm... Linux at 0.5% market share as of may 2010...

Somehow I find that extremely unlikely.

Vlad 6/21/10 7:56PM

Yes, you can separate between residential and corporate usage by clicking on the "Report Filters" box toward the top of this page.

StatOwl.com Admin 3/1/10 3:37PM

Can you detail the difference of OS usage at-work vs. at-home?

mstrong 3/1/10 3:22PM