Netapplications is reporting that around 18% of Mac users have upgraded to Snow Leopard.  Their methodology uses the data from thousands of websites and compiles them together – you can see from their data below (via theappleblog) that Snow leopard traffic spikes during the weekend when people aren’t at work using their older Macs and their PCs.

That is all well and good, but we thought you’d like to know that 9to5mac Mac users are now over 65% (!!!) converted.

Two-thirds of you are now on Snow Leopard.  That’s up from just over half on the week after the release (and 10% the day of release)  What’s slowing the rest of you down?


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