- Oct 13, 2021
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Blender and Musescore are leading their industry right now, both open source and available for Linux, not for everybody but still
high probability they will not - just my 2 cents worthI could add further, but I'll wait to see if he responds this time to his own Thread.
+1 @arochester !I try to not get drawn into arguments like "How many angels can dance on the head of a pin?".
But what do these "statistics" reflect? Where do they come from? How are they arrived at?
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When I read this thread my first reaction was to look up Wikipedia: FUD https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fear,_uncertainty,_and_doubt
Where do they come from?
Totally agree ; you would need to be an accomplished "cat herder" , psychologist and backed up by Don Vito Corleone with a gun to people heads, its seems to be able to bring people together and co-operate on a single Desktop projectFragmentation of effort.
.and yet, there are. We still have plenty of people running windows 8, 10, 11. It's not that uncommon
to even find Windows server 2003, 2008, 2012, 2019, 2022.
yeah i think they were using Suse, saw some thing somewhere suggesting they went back to WindowsThis isn't the first time Germany has tried this. The last time was about 12 years ago.
German Government Goes LinuxAll levels of government will be able to purchase hardware running Linux programs.www.govtech.com
yeah i think they were using Suse, saw some thing somewhere suggesting they went back to Windows
Do those figures take into account all those tvs that run Linux and other devices phones, tablets apart from computers.
I have DOS 6.2 on disk. Win 3.1, 95, 98 and 98SE, and yes even ME, Win7, Vista. 8.1 still on a dual boot laptop I never boot too, I just use Mint. Win 10 on 2 machines. 1 main desktop still have work stuff not yet on Web, and Dual boot gaming Tower.8, 10, 11. It's not that uncommon
And yet the above verbiage displays equal if not greater confirmation bias, altered facts to suit that bias, and a commitment that only a troll could have.The majority of responses smack of confirmation bias, wish thinking, or commitment to a dream that is never likely to come to fruition.
I’m a troll.
Don't see why you would expect for people who don't know what you are talking about to just get what you are saying when you are not saying it.Linux is being used at a much higher rate than 2.xx%. I thought it would be clear from my observations that I was talking about Linux on the desktop. I didn’t realize that I would need to explicitly state that point. The 2.xx% are the desktop users.