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Default OS Popularity on Wikipedia Pages

Operating System   Requests  Percent
Windows           3,469,687   81.78%
Mac                 327,753    7.73%
iPhone              116,311    2.74%
Linux               107,158    2.53% (including Android)
iPad                 31,506    0.74%
BlackBerry           17,028    0.40%
SymbianOS             7,926    0.19%
DoCoMo                  449    0.01%
SunOS                   368    0.01%
FreeBSD                 347    0.01%
OpenBSD                  26    0.00%
Total             4,242,653  100.00%
SOURCE: http://stats.wikimedia.org/archive/squid_reports/2011-03/SquidReportOperatingSystems.htm
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