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digitaldivide

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#39475 14-Aug-2009 16:31
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Hi,

I wondered if anyone could point me in the direction of information out in the public domain.

Q: I'd like to know, for Microsoft, which operating system Service Packs are most in use.

For example: XP SP1 or XP SP2 or XP SP3 is most in use for Windows XP.

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  #246688 14-Aug-2009 16:31
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And I meant to add, this is so my team can test using the latest Service Pack on a Windows machine, and not just assume that most people are using that service pack :)

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  #246718 14-Aug-2009 17:28
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Windows XP SP3 47.8%
Windows XP SP2 11.3%
Windows XP SP1 0.3%
Windows XP No SP 0.5%

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  #248374 18-Aug-2009 21:53
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Thanks Nathan, but where did you get those numbers from?
Why no link to the source?




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  #248380 18-Aug-2009 22:01
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Probably internal, seeing he works for Microsoft NZ.




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  #248599 19-Aug-2009 12:04
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Interesting numbers... Im suprised that so many are using SP3 (thou I guess it does get forced down thru windows updates) but what are the other 40% using?

other operating systems?

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  #248622 19-Aug-2009 12:56
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there will be quite a few using vista now as all new pc's come with it now.




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  #248623 19-Aug-2009 13:01
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vexxxboy: there will be quite a few using vista now as all new pc's come with it now.


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