In a perfect world, says Microsoft’s Mark Russinovich, everyone would run Windows. But he’s playing for laughs. In fact, Russinovich says, Linux now drives about 25 percent of the activity on Azure, the Microsoft cloud computing service where businesses can run websites and other software applications without setting up their own computer servers. That’s up from 20 percent in the fall.
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