Remember the Ubuntu system? Ubuntu is a Linux-based desktop operating system; previously, it sold over 1 billion Ubuntu version Meizu MX3.

Dustin Kirkland, one of the highest people in charge of the Ubuntu project, recently published an open letter saying that in a recent global Ubuntu, users will be more than 1 billion.

Shocked! Ubuntu Users Worldwide More Than 1 Billion

Earlier, Phoronix pointed out that Ubuntu would be difficult to accomplish by the end of the 2015 target, reaching 200 million users. However, the data presented by Dustin itself shows that a large part of the world’s people uses Ubuntu, whether voluntary or involuntary. This may be because most people do not know they are using Ubuntu. Kidding! Mostly, tech enthusiasts about hacking prefer Linux systems, whether it is Linux mint or Ubuntu.

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The reason that can not be completed before the 200 million subscribers at the end of the target is the Ubuntu operating system statistics for personal PC or laptop installation.

In addition to Dell, HP, Lenovo, and Asus notebooks preloaded with Ubuntu millions addition, IBM, Dell, Hewlett-Packard, Cisco, Lenovo, Quanta, and other manufacturers of servers preloaded with Ubuntu and is compatible with an OpenCompute project.

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Dustin explains,
“No one can count all Ubuntu users in the world,”
“Because Ubuntu, unlike Google, Apple and Microsoft that requires each user register their installation of Ubuntu.”

Dustin Kirkland collects all records, including servers, deploying Ubuntu in the cloud, and Ubuntu Mobile. Also,t several other companies use Ubuntu, and the result is quite interesting. More than one billion people use Ubuntuorm or another; using Ub, people probably do not know this fact.

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Before Mark Shuttleworth estimated that by 2015 there would be 200 million Ubuntu users, he talked about the Ubuntu operating system installed on individual PC or laptops. Still, since then, the pattern has changed dramatically.