Most people use Windows. In my college, too. Even when there is a computers science career in there, and most of them either use Windows (and it's not for lack of hearing about Ubuntu or Linux in general), a few use Mac, and the rest are pretty much scattered between Ubuntu, Arch, Gentoo, Mint, etc. There are a few chemistry, physics and biology students using either Ubuntu or Arch. My college uses Windows XP on the chemistry/biology/few-other-natural-sciences building and a multi boot with Windows 7, Debian and Ubuntu in the physics, math and CS building.
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