Yeah, it's promising and even MacOs numbers are a positive because it takes away from the Windows share. I think the future is looking up for Linux if these trends continue.

It's actually happening. HuaWei pretty much switched to their own HarmonyOS that's been forked from Android, and China has an initiative to replace Windows with Linux on the desktop as well.

I was saying that HramonyOS is a fork of Android. Linux is obviously a separate story from that. And here are a couple of article about China ditching Windows for a homegrown Linux distro

This is a national security concern for China, so I expect there will be a sustained push to move everything to homegrown platforms.