BSD beats Linux to the desktop

The Register: BSD '3 times as popular as desktop Linux' - Apple

Key word here is 'desktop'. Sure, BSD has gained a new foothold since it is the foundation for Mac OS X. But it's sad that Apple is touting dominance over a free O/S -- I guess it's the best they can do since they're nowhere near Windows in the marketplace.

I do think it's funny that Apple has managed to get Microsoft to make a UNIX edition of Office and Internet Explorer. How'd that happen?? :)


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