Although we kept the title "Ubuntu Netbook Remix" this year, it's really a misnomer, as Ubuntu has consolidated its Netbook interface (Unity) into its main product. With their tiny screens, every pixel counts, and Canonical's one-size-fits-all design works well on a Netbook. It's neat to see Android so high on the list, however. With laptop docks for phones and keyboards for tablets, Android is becoming a viable operating system for more than just making calls and checking e-mail.
Ubuntu Netbook Remix (any flavor): 25.9%
Android OS: 14.1%
Chrome OS: 3.1%
PCLinuxOS (any flavor): 1.7%
*Both CrunchBang and Linux Mint received many write-in votes in this category.
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