However I proposed it could happen from number of other reasons and gave example that people do not use Linux for gaming (I could be wrong) in the numbers as before.
It is more likely than your theory that many computers are used for different purposes or are laptops which may not have discrete cards. You forget there that plain desktop uses where present and Intel has been dominant in laptop market for ages. Not only that but Phoronix / Openbenchamrking Users/ Readers are here to get most out of their PC therefore use it for more then just writtting e-mails but in many cases are gamers /video encoders/video watchers/etc. whom need best card for their purposes and it is possible they could ven move away from Linux ergo are not benchmarking their machines in Openbenchamrking
Still I wish I am wrong
KDEs market share compared to Unity is low cause no distro that has marketing and glory in the media like Ubunto ships KDE by default.
If there will be a distrubtion that does this, there will be much more users.
And what thought was "why no Arch in distro statistics".
say that to a guy who spent 500$ on a gpu and don't compare that guy with the one that have a 7660 or a 7770.
my 500$ gpu(4870 x2) likes windows, because it got screwd driver-wise(no support). my next high-end card is going to run on windows only.
Trolls are going to troll.
I have recently used two zenbooks. One at work runs Ubuntu with Unity on it. The one at home runs Debian with KDE on it. Ubuntu was easy to set up, Debian needed some tweaking.
The KDE one is a million times slicker, better and more stable. It's not even close. I respect everyone's right to run what they want and celebrate diversity, but people who CHOOSE to run Unity over KDE must be a bunch of masochists. Nothing makes sense on that desktop. I avoid using that computer whenever possible, it takes ages to figure out the simplest things.