Something I was pondering myself eight months or so ago. Some Windows freak was reminding me about "mac only has 5%", etc.. Well, thinking mathmaticly as a do, I told him: That's 1 in 20. That's actually a lot. And then I began thinking... if supposivly 1 out of 20 computers use Mac OS (I was always actually very skeptical of this... I was sure it was more), and Apple is the only company that makes computers that run Mac OS, then they aren't doing bad at all. Then I thought about the practicly infinate amount of PC manufacturers. I thought for sure Apple was in the top 5 or so. Then I came accross this . Something to prove my point. This person spent a very long time, gathering info from many, many places and putting it together to get this result: The percentages of installed personal computers around the world, by manufacturer: 11.6% Apple 10.4% Compaq 9.8% Dell 9.1% IBM 7.3% Hewlett-Packard 5.1% Sony 3.4% Toshiba 3.1% NEC 3.0% Packard-Bell 2.1% eMachines 1.7% Microstar 1.3% Fujitsu 32.1% Others (each less than 1%) Wow. I was right. To all my "windowz" friends: Stick that in yer pipe and smoke it!