NetCraft: Windows 2003 usage doubles

The number of Web sites relying on Windows Server 2003 has doubled since July, according to numbers published this week by Netcraft, a U.K.

The number of Web sites relying on Windows Server 2003 has doubled since July, according to numbers published this week by Netcraft, a U.K.-based Internet monitoring firm. Since July, the active number of sites running Microsoft's Windows Server 2003 has increased 109 percent. Most of those (49%) are migrations from earlier editions of Windows server operating systems, primarily Windows 2000.

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