Global Browser Usage

Discussion in 'other software & services' started by John Bull, Jun 10, 2010.

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    Where did that information come from?

    You have a link for that grid?
     
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    The best methodology is the one applied by OneStat. Unfortunately, OneStat's last report is old (April/2009). Of the most recent reporters, StatOwl and Net Applications can be considered somewhat accurate, but not very much. As for W3Schools, they themselves explain why their statistics definitely don't reflect the global state:
     
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    This is the Net Applications I cited on my last post. Its methodology is better than many others but still very inferior when compared to the one applied by OneStat, which has more fidelity to the reality than any other, thanks to its research being based on a sample of 2 million visitors divided into 20,000 visitors of 100 countries each day, on sites that are using one of OneStat.com's services (a big portion of the websites - OneStat is the global leader on the segment of Web Analytics and is a member of the Web Analytics Association).
     
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    It looks like people move from IE6/7 to Chrome, since other browser's usage is stable. They should try IE8/9, but instaling a new browser is simpler than upgrading IE. :rolleyes:
     
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