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Has linux had its day on the desktop?

The stats are in, Linux is everywhere, the problem is, no one is mentioning this fact, and at the same time it appears that take up of the Linux desktop may be on the wane. Its a strange new world which this operating system now finds itself powering huge chunks of the internet and mobile devices. Yet evidently losing ground on the desktop.

Before I go on, lets make this perfectly clear this isn’t a troll piece it’s an observation of an Operating system i’ve been using daily for well over 16 years in one guise or another.

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