While sales numbers have not yet been released for the new operating system a new report suggests that Mountain Lion is being used on about 3.2% of Macs showing a very promising start. The new OS X has only been on the market since Wednesday, by comparison the previous operating system Lion took an entire 3 months to gain a 14% share. Analytics company Chikita released the report along with the following blog post: “It is rather impressive for an operating system to capture 3.2 percent of market web usage after just 48 hours on the market. Such figures are likely supported by a relatively low price point for the operating system as well as an expansive list of desired¬†feature¬†improvements.” Mountain Lion costs only $19.99 much less than operating system updates in the last several years which ran anywhere for $29-$129.