Apple’s Mac OS X Leopard tops Amazon’s best-selling software list

Apple’s Mac OS X Leopard is off to a roaring start! Pre-orders for Leopard and Apple’s upcoming OS sits atop Amazon’s Bestsellers list (updated hourly).

Amazon’s Top 5 Bestsellers – All Software:

1. Apple Mac OS X Version 10.5 Leopard
2. Microsoft Office Home and Student 2007
3. Apple Mac OS X Version 10.5 Leopard Family Pack
4. Microsoft Office Student and Teacher Edition 2004 Macintosh
5. Adobe Photoshop Elements 5.0

Amazon’s Top 5 Bestsellers – Operating Systems:

1. Apple Mac OS X Version 10.5 Leopard
2. Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition Full Version with SP2
3. Microsoft Windows XP Professional Full Version with SP2
4. Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium Full Version [DVD]
5. Apple Mac OS X Tiger 10.4.6 (Mac DVD)

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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “ChrissyOne” for the heads up.]

20 Comments

  1. The XP versions that are outselling Vista are probably to users that bought PC’s with Vista pre-installed and now want to upgrade to XP. ” width=”19″ height=”19″ alt=”raspberry” style=”border:0;” />

  2. Obviously those figures don’t take into account the people buying Vista on a New machine or Mac users who will wait and upgrade their machine when Leopard is released. That said, Windows users massively outnumber Mac users so either a hell of a lot of people aren’t getting vista in any fashion or Vista requires people to upgrade their hardware just to run or that “PC’s” have just become disposable. Regardless it’s hardly glowing for Vista.

    The fact that people are still paying for XP is probably the most telling. It’s either people with Vista on new machines who are reverting – not good for Vista. Or people running something prior to XP who are upgrading. In the case of the latter, if Vista was any good then they would surely skip XP – unless there hardware couldn’t supoort it. Of course if there hardware couldn’t support vista and they’re not running XP you have to wonder why they’re changing now and paying for XP.

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