33 percent of Yale faculty choose Macs

A report in the Yale Daily News reports on the increasing use of Macs by faculty and students alike:

“Ten years ago, the computer world was different than today, and it seemed like Microsoft had bested its rivals. Beleaguered was a popular phrase used to describe Apple, and Linux was less than a year old and unknown outside small circles of avid coders. But today, the decision is not so clear-cut, and Apple has made a much larger comeback in Yale student and faculty computing than its 10 to 12 percent national market share would indicate. According to Yale Information Technology Services’ registration records, nearly 20 percent of University students and 33 percent of faculty choose Macs over Windows PCs.

Read More: http://www.yaledailynews.com/article.asp?AID=28553

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