"The market has become just another facet of
client-side PC sales, and in this market, when given a
not-quite-fair-but-better-than-status-quo shot at the title, Linux
grabs a quarter of it. This is much better than the 1% of the
client-side/desktop market that Linux-detractors would have you
believe it has in the wider market, the one completely constrained
by Microsoft's monopoly.
"It gives you an idea of how much market share desktop Linux
might grab in a truly open, competitive landscape, given the
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