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    Useless Statistic #2: Cyburbia's most popular operating systems

    Whacha' running?

    Listing operating systems, sorted by the number of requests for pages. #: #reqs: #pages: OS
    --: --------: ------: --
    1: 12289030: 166023: Windows
    : 4795563: 58898: Windows XP
    : 4084265: 52343: Windows 2000
    : 1682770: 19452: Windows 98
    : 416613: 16557: Unknown Windows
    : 504907: 9368: Windows NT
    : 769246: 7695: Windows ME
    : 33870: 1632: Windows 95
    : 76: 59: Windows 32-bit
    : 1599: 14: Windows CE
    : 6: 5: Windows 16-bit
    : 115: 0: Windows 3.1
    2: 827367: 10216: Known robots
    3: 162154: 8534: OS unknown
    4: 190762: 3366: Macintosh
    : 190698: 3362: Macintosh PowerPC
    : 20: 3: Unknown Macintosh
    : 44: 1: Macintosh 68k
    5: 66810: 2646: Unix
    : 57330: 2438: Linux
    : 7094: 123: IRIX
    : 1609: 47: SunOS
    : 648: 37: BSD
    : 13: 1: HP-UX
    : 9: 0: OSF1
    : 4: 0: AIX
    : 103: 0: Other Unix
    6: 3376: 66: OS/2
    7: 980: 12: WebTV
    8: 10: 0: Atari
    9: 6: 0: RISC OS
    10: 14: 0: BeOS
    11: 9: 0: Amiga
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    Amiga? Hmm didn't know that was still around, but then some people are using Windows 3.1!!!
    WebTV? With today's video cards and new TV capabilities to scale images, I would hope that people get rid of that sad internet experience.

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    Quote Originally posted by ludes98
    WebTV? With today's video cards and new TV capabilities to scale images, I would hope that people get rid of that sad internet experience.
    I think most people out there realize that a two generation old compuer, somehing tha cos $100, can do far, far more than WebTV.

    I'm disappointed at the low showing for Linux and Mac OS X. I'm going to be building a second box for the home office in a couple of week, and it'll be running Xandros Linux 2 or Mandrake 10 Beta. RISC OS is used mainly in the UK, where Cyburbia doesn't have a following yet.

    I was surprised to see IRIX; that's SGI's operating system.

    By the way, here's what the site looks like if you still use WebTV ...
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