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2007 Desktop Linux Survey has released the results of its 2007 Desktop Linux Survey.

It’s clear that Linux on the desktop is a healthy and fast-growing market segment. Publicity and interest in the survey was significantly larger than last year: “This year’s survey produced 38,500 votes versus 14,535 votes over the same number of days in a similar survey one year ago.”

Specific questions on preferred Linux distributions (Ubuntu, followed by SUSE), desktop environments (GNOME pulls ahead), web browsers (Firefox dominates) and email clients (Thunderbird, with Evolution not far behind) provided some useful data reference points in this quick zeitgeist of the Linux realm.

Full results are available at the 2007 Desktop Linux Market Survey page.

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