Home PC use higher in the UK than in the US

Home PC use higher in the UK than in the US
Richard Wilson
Britain has more home PCs per head of the population than the US. This was one of the findings of market research carried out by Roper Starch Worldwide. It found that 38 per cent of the UK population has a PC, compared with 36 per cent in the US and 24 per cent in Germany.
The survey also indicated that UK home PC users are more likely to use their computers for work or educational activities than any other European country.
The international survey of 35,000 people aged 13-65 found that in the UK 19 per cent used computers to work at home, the highest percentage in Europe. An impressive 42 per cent of UK users view their PC as an educational tool for their children.

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