Apple’s OS X Mountain Lion Snags First Place
Where it took Apple‘s (NASDAQ:AAPL) last operating system Lion a full ten months to become more popular than its predecessor, Snow Leopard, the most recent OS X Mountain Lion (version 10.8, released June 25, 2012) took a mere five months to snag first place — making it the most popular version yet.
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A recent Net Applications survey reveals that while Lion still had Mountain Lion beat in November, the latter is now in the lead. 32% of Mac users are using Mountain Lion as opposed to the 28% who are still running Lion — and Lion’s predecessor Snow Leopard continues to maintain steady 29% following.
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