>>I just made three web queries using Digital's AltaVista search engine:
>>1) "windows95" "windows 95"
>>2) "windowsnt" "windows nt"
>>and got these word counts:
>>windows 95 127446 + 700000 = 827446 %33
>>windows nt 16706 + 400000 = 416706 %17
>>(windows summary) = 1244152 %50
>>linux 1265987 = 1265987 %50
>>"windows 95" and "windows nt" queries are probably overestimates,
>>because of loose matching.
>>Need I say more?
>Yes, ever considered that Windows NT might be typed with a space,
>abreviated to WinNT or called just NT. Linux on the other hand has no
>abreviation that I'm aware of.
sensitive, so, to be fair, we should try LiNUX, Linux and linux and LINUX,
I saw some spell it many ways.
BTW, I noticed that most of Linux hits were mailing list archives and source
Quote:>Before you start a flame, I just posted this for balance as I've used
>linux and been happy.