“Less than 24 hours after OS X Mavericks launched for free in the Mac App Store, roughly 7% of Mac traffic is already coming from machines upgraded to the new operating system, according to a live tracker hosted by analytics firm GoSquared,” Eric Slivka reports for Mac Rumors.
“The tracker shows adoption sitting at around 0.5-0.7% yesterday until beginning its upward march upon the public release,” Slivka reports. “While analytics data is difficult to compare between services, last year Chitika found 3% of Mac traffic coming from OS X Mountain Lion as of 48 hours after its launch. ”
Slivka reports, “Unsurprisingly, GoSquared’s data hints that Mavericks may be seeing significantly faster adoption compared to Mountain Lion due to the free nature of the new upgrade. ”
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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Bill” for the heads up.]