I've been writing buffer overflows and security patches for 18 years, you fucking dumbass. I've never even played Minecraft.
Your business figures don't mean shit. They're useful for misleading investors, but that's about it.
On the ground level, nobody actually wants the newest Windowns anymore. Even the fans stick to version 7. Installing the newest Windowns is a great way to show everyone you don't know what the fuck you're doing.
And people are starting to wonder why they should pay Crapple a shitload of money, just to get locked into a proprietary DRM system where they can't even tell where their images are stored.
There are still a bunch of mainstream normies who are slow to make the switch, sure. And shops generally all ship new computers with Crapple or Windows preinstalled. But these are not the deciding factors. They are going to adapt when they realize they've fucked up.
Linux now has great support, a huge userbase, a very solid foundation among millions of programmers and higher learning institutions, drives our little devices (including smartphones), and even provides idiot-proof variants like Ubuntu or Mint, all available for download free of charge.
At the ground level, in the hearts of consumers and in the habits of those who set trends, the shift has already occured. I'm telling you: Windowns is dead.
It's going to be a bit sad to see all the Windowns software become obsolete, but it's happening.