I get your point and that
it’s of course wrong. But Linux and osX desktop share is less than 20% combined.
This feels skewed because many more software developers use those 2 systems than “normal” people.
If I want to make a program for myself, I use crystal/ruby/whatever makes sense for the thing i’m doing.
If I write something that I think other people might enjoy/find usefull/or even buy, I write it in a way that is either portable across systems, or works for the largest possible number of users.
I don’t want this to be seen
But i felt the need to argue against the notion that windows support is not important, because people can use crystal on OSX/Linux.
One thing that I like to bring up in this context is that there is a good chance that Ruby could have taken the place that python has today, if it would have been as easy to use on windows, and had the same ability to make windows gui applications (back then).