How do you think BSD sits in there? ~50% of that vanishing fraction?and a vanishing fraction of other OSes
We are the kings of the little garden pond
I was thinking about this the other day. Based on theOf the desktop/laptop machines, the vast majority are Windows, followed by Chrome, MacOS, with a tiny fraction (perhaps a few percent) being Linux.
Now what I do find strange is that Windows and macOS machines have greatly reduced because many consumers now prefer their phones and tablets (Android, macOS, Chromebooks doing most things online) and yet the Linux market share hasn't seemed to increase in percentage at all? Something doesn't quite add up. Since Linux is quite well received with developers and since only developers tend to use "proper" computers these days, surely we should see higher values. It can't just be Windows gamers pushing it down, surely?