GNU/Linux Market Share
One highly controversial subject is the market share of GNU/Linux on the desktop. Fedora claims over 20 million installations and figures belittling GNU/Linux on the desktop usually turn out to be fundamentally biased (by design), Microsoft-funded, population-leaning, and contradicted by simple facts and observations. This page presents a summary on posts on the subject.
 General Articles
- Can the of Scale of Linux Adoption Ever be Gauged?
- Freedom and the Fallacy of Market Share
- Microsoft Accused of Lying About Market Share
- Microsoft Fans Still Spread Microsoft’s Lies Against GNU/Linux
- Confirmed: Microsoft Publicly Lies About Market Share of GNU/Linux
- Microsoft’s Highly Confidential GNU/Linux Share Figures (2003)
- GNU/Linux Desktop Market Share in the United States Not the Global Share
- Microsoft is Losing Share in Servers and Desktops, GNU/Linux and FOSS Gain
 Net Applications
- Microsoft and Apple Pay Net Applications (Hitslink)
- Net Applications Has Former Microsoft Employee, Also a Microsoft Investor?
- Summary: Lies, Damn Lies and Net Applications (Fake ‘Statistics’)
- Net Applications Finally Shows It’s Just a Joke: Mac ‘Market Share’ Halved Overnight!
- Three New Articles Question Net Applications’ Integrity
- Net Applications: the Big Lie, Boosted by IDC|IDG et al
- GNU/Linux Market Share is Not 1% (Net Applications Interrogated Further)
- Microsoft-Influenced Net Applications Won’t Share Its Data
- Is Net Applications One Order of Magnitude Off Target?
- Quick Mention: The Big Lie About GNU/Linux ‘Market Share’
- Sources of Endlessly-repeated Lies About GNU/Linux
- Mozilla Staff Explains That Net Applications Gives Skewed Firefox Measures
- Net Applications: The Mathematics Failing
 Other Areas
- Is Netcraft Promoting Microsoft Just Like Net Applications?
- Microsoft’s Bing Spams Web Sites with Referrer SPAM and Net Applications Lies Again
- Why GNU/Linux is Microsoft’s #1 Desktop Threat, Shareholders Are Finally Being Informed
- GNU/Linux Market Share: Why Gartner and IDC Must be Ignored
- Windows Mobile Down to Single-Digit Market Share as Linux Grows
- If Google Renamed, It Would Gain Another 80% Market Share
- Microsoft Buys Market Share, But Still Loses Due to Technical Problems
- ‘Microsoft Press’ Spreads Delusions About Microsoft’s Position in the Market
 Some Population-Biased Numbers
- GNU/Linux Desktop ‘Market Share’ According to BoycottNovell.com: Around 35%
- Off-topic: The ‘Market Share’ Lie
- Browser and Operating Systems Statistics
- Microsoft Allegedly Pays $500,000,000 for Verizon to Remove Google
- Has Microsoft Sent Its Former Employees to Conduct Anti-Google Studies?
- Microsoft Has Been Rigging Votes/Polls for Ages
- Why GNU/Linux Has Already Won
- Commentary: StatCounter ‘Global’ Statistics