Last week we asked you which operating system you are using on your computer. We got a great response, and with over 1500 votes, we can (almost) safely say that Windows is the most popular OS among MakeUseOf readers. But how did the other ones fare?
Out of 1,553 voters, the votes were divided as follows: 47% use Windows, 22% use Linux, 18% have dual boot, 12% use Mac OS X and 1% use a different operating system.
Full results and this week’s poll after the jump.
While Windows wins the most popular OS prize in this poll, Linux takes the very respectable second place. According to the comments, most dual boot systems include Linux as well, so it’s even more popular than it seems.
This week’s poll question is: Will You Be Buying Facebook Shares?
In case you missed it, Facebook went public last week, with shares starting at $38 a piece. Since then, the price has been dropping rapidly, but many believe this is only the beginning, and that we’ll see a significant increase in price in the future. Many people who’ve never bought shares before took a chance on Facebook, or plan to do so at some point in the future. Are you one of them?
What will make you buy Facebook shares? What are your reasons for not buying them? Tell us what you think below.
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