I was just Doing some surfing today and came across this, from a blog/Website called Truelist: https://truelist.co/blog/linux-statistics/
Before sharing their stats listed, I’d like to offer this…
You can almost flip Windows and Linux in Desktop and Server
Applications. Windows by far the most used Desktop, and Linux
combined with Apache, the most used Server
Today, there are over 600 active Linux distros.
Another 500 are in active development, constituting a complex living system that is continuously upgraded and expanded. Some of the most commonly used are Debian, Gentoo, Ubuntu, Linux Mint, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, CentOS, Fedora, Kali Linux, Arch Linux, and OpenSUSE, Linux distribution usage statistics show.
Ubuntu accounts for 33.9% of the Linux market.
That means that over a third of websites that use Linux run on Ubuntu. Second place goes to Debian, which accounts for 16% of Linux-based websites, followed by CentOS with a share of 9.3%. Other distributions, like RedHat, Gentoo, Fedora, and SuSe, have a much smaller share, i.e., below 1%. Their shares are 0.8%, 0.5%, 0.2%, and 0.1%, respectively.
I know I have not been posting a lot. I have used the excuse before,
due to my many other projects, and of course running numerous
other Websites. I will try to improve:-)
Have a Fantastic Day!!!