Browser and OS Blog stats .. Chrome No1

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  1. scotjimland

    scotjimland Funster Life Member

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    From blog stats.

    It's a small sample .. of around 10,000 page views... but interesting that it shows Chrome as now the most popular browser.. while Firefox lags IE ..

    I thought Firefox would have been No2

    Pageviews by Browsers

    Chrome
    5603 (41%)
    Internet Explorer
    2553 (18%)
    Firefox
    2291 (16%)
    Safari
    1999 (14%)
    Apple-PubSub
    600 (4%)
    Mobile Safari
    149 (1%)
    Opera
    145 (1%)
    Mobile
    92 (<1%)
    BingPreview
    57 (<1%)
    CriOS
    36 (<1%)


    Also of note.. Linux is 1% ahead of Macintosh ..

    Pageviews by Operating Systems
    Windows
    6629 (61%)
    Linux
    1326 (12%)
    Macintosh
    1246 (11%)
    iPad
    868 (8%)
    Android
    356 (3%)
    iPhone
    241 (2%)
    Other Unix
    106 (<1%)
    PlayBook
    13 (<1%)
    Unknown
    4 (<1%)
    iPod
    4 (<1%)
     
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    I suspect the Chrome figure includes Android smartphones and tablets although the OS figures suggest only 3% were Android - which seems low given the number of portable devices in use these days. I guess if the figures are of a specific Blog then it isn't something people are accessing from smartphones etc so the figures are not necessarily representative of the whole of the net.
     
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    yes, good observation..

    most who view my blog will probably be on desktops or laptops ..

    figures for this site would be more representative ..
     
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    Just fir the sake if interest, these are the figures for www.motorhomeparking.co.uk for the first three months of this year. I'm surprised that iPad is on top but I suppose a lot of people will access the site whilst away from home.

    Browsers
    iPad 4809 (20%)
    Chrome 4346 (18%)
    Internet Explorer 3800 (16%)
    Firefox 3301 (14%)
    Mozilla 5 2115 (9%)
    Safari 1362 (6%)
    Android Webkit Browser 1183 (5%)
    iPhone 1156 (5%)
    General Crawlers 676 (3%)
    Others 935 (4%)

    Operating Systems
    Windows 7 5902 (19%)
    iPad 4809 (16%)
    Windows XP 3406 (11%)
    iPhone 2222 (7%)
    Android 1942 (6%)
    Windows Vista 1081 (4%)
    Windows 8 905 (3%)
    Mac OS X 883 (3%)
    Windows NT 621 (2%)
    Others 8808 (29%)
     
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    Perhaps Chrome is so popular because so many other software downloads package it with the bit you want. I must have uninstalled it a dozen times.
     
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    Good grief...1-in-50 hits from NT!

    Will Internet Explorer 6 never die? :Laughing:
     
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    Amongst the "other" operating systems there was even Windows 98 :Laughing:
     
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    I noticed that the local cancer centre is using Win 2000. Often the case though that a lot of specialised applications cannot run under the newer operating systems. I think the last Windows OS that would run practically everything was XP.
     
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