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==Linux in Europe==
 
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   For example, on Europe, if you're developing desktop software you may decide that it only makes sense to develop for Windows and OS X. OS X is the most popular Unix in the world and is surging on the desktop, whereas Linux has mostly stalled there.
 
   For example, on Europe, if you're developing desktop software you may decide that it only makes sense to develop for Windows and OS X. OS X is the most popular Unix in the world and is surging on the desktop, whereas Linux has mostly stalled there.
Really. Living in both Britain and Croatia I would say that Linux is far more important than  OS X. [[User:Dejvid|Dejvid]] 10:15, 10 May 2007 (CEST)
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Really? Living in both Britain and Croatia I would say that Linux is far more important than  OS X. [[User:Dejvid|Dejvid]] 10:15, 10 May 2007 (CEST)

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see also

See also these SysUtils functions:

Vincent 21:52, 12 Dec 2005 (CET)

Linux in Europe

 For example, on Europe, if you're developing desktop software you may decide that it only makes sense to develop for Windows and OS X. OS X is the most popular Unix in the world and is surging on the desktop, whereas Linux has mostly stalled there.

Really? Living in both Britain and Croatia I would say that Linux is far more important than OS X. Dejvid 10:15, 10 May 2007 (CEST)