Without doubt the most harmful thing for tech companies over the past couple of years has proven to be the usage of non-licensed software, due to which a handful of companies had have to bear losses worth billions and billions of dollars.
Even though there have been a high number of laws enforced in an attempt to prevent the use of non-licensed software, and these laws prevent the sale of such software, it hasn’t actually had the effect that many had hoped it would.
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While the non-licensed software is being used pretty much all over the world, there is one country in particular that seems to be taking the most advantage of non-licensed software : Libya – where it is stated that around 90 percent of the personal computers are actually running non-licensed software.
After the figures of Libya come Zimbabwe, where 89 percent of the personal computers go on to run non-licensed software. While Zimbabwe is second on the list, both Libya and Venezuela make the list too, as these four countries go on to represent the top four.
Countries where most non-licensed software is being used on PC’s
Not surprisingly, Pakistan isn’t too far off the list either, as 83 percent of the non-licensed software is being utilized in our country.