Yes, 64% of web servers run macos, and 95,000% of web servers run unix.
On Wed, 19 Feb 1997, Peter da Silva wrote:
> > In fact, 60% of web servers on the Internet are MacOS servers. (I
> > guess I should
> > back that statement up, so go to URL:
> > http://www2.apple.com/whymac/gofigure/default.html)
> I don't see that figure there.
> I see 64% website design firms use Macs. That makes sense. Macs are
> great desktop boxes... in fact I'm surprised it's not higher.
> I don't see anything about 60% of websites being HOSTED on Macs. Based on
> my admittedly ad-hoc checks, I'd say at least 60% of the major servers are
> running some variant of Apache.
> Apple needs to learn something about website design, though:
> <IMG BORDER="0" WIDTH="250" HEIGHT="275" SRC="graphics/quote1.gif">
> Where's the damn "alt" tag? Apple's supposed to be a warm and caring
> company... where's their support for blind websurfers? All the content
> on these pages is in GIFs!
> (not to mention that BORDER, WIDTH, and HEIGHT are completely redundant
> here. WIDTH and HEIGHT I can see, it'd speed up rendering to have them,
> but BORDER???)