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Mountain Lion mauls other OS X editions for top spot

Gregg Keizer | Jan. 4, 2013
Five months after its release, Apple's Mountain Lion became the most widely-used version of OS X, a Web measurement firm said Tuesday.

Net Applications measures operating system usage by tracking unique visitors to approximately 40,000 Web sites. More information about its December statistics can be found on the company's website.

OS X Mountain Lion's share of all Macs climbed to 32% last month, making it the most-used version of Apple's operating system five months after its release. (Data: Net Applications.)


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