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I always thought Internet Explorer is used by most people.

It seems to be otherwise.

 

Here is my site's statistics,

 

 

webbrowserstatistics.jpg

 

It seems Firefox is the most popular web browser now. IE takes the second. Google Chrome is the third.

More and more users are using their smartphones to browse the internet now.

Opera... it used to be good. They invented the multi-tab feature...which is copied by other browsers later.

 

According to your web site's statistics, what browsers do your visitors use?

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Here's DeveloperBase's:

 

[table]

Browser

% of Users

[td]Chrome[/td]

[td]52.97%[/td]

[td]Firefox[/td]

[td]30.33%[/td]

[td]Safari[/td]

[td]9.40%[/td]

[td]Internet Explorer[/td]

[td]4.01%[/td]

[td]Opera[/td]

[td]1.20%[/td]

[td]Android Browser[/td]

[td]1.09%[/td]

[td]Mozilla Compatible Agent[/td]

[td].33%[/td]

[td]Opera Mini[/td]

[td].27%[/td]

[td]Mozilla[/td]

[td].11%[/td]

[td]RockMelt[/td]

[td].08%[/td]

[/table]

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Please state the actual percentage of each browser usage.

 

lol :P So demanding man...

 

51.39% for Chrome and 29.92% for Firefox. For some reason, the image extension of what I copied and pasted from Analytics page isn't compatible with this site O.o

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The stats for my most popular site

 

Firefox 45

Chrome 33

Internet Explorer 10

Opera 2

Safari 2

Mobile Browsers 8

 

Honestly I am surprised to see IE at the bottom of the table. I thought at least Windows users would be using it but seems I was way off in my calculations.

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I've done a little research in the past few weeks and thankfully IE does seem to be getting taken over by Chrome and Firefox. Frankly, I'm glad. It seems like Microsoft is always lagging with their support of new things. I'm doing some research on HTML5 right now and if there is a browser that doesn't support some feature about it, it always seems to be IE. In the past, their soft bullying tactics seemed to work, but now I think they need to cave in and start being the forerunner to pick up on the new stuff if they want to stay in the race. IMO.

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I've done a little research in the past few weeks and thankfully IE does seem to be getting taken over by Chrome and Firefox. Frankly, I'm glad. It seems like Microsoft is always lagging with their support of new things. I'm doing some research on HTML5 right now and if there is a browser that doesn't support some feature about it, it always seems to be IE. In the past, their soft bullying tactics seemed to work, but now I think they need to cave in and start being the forerunner to pick up on the new stuff if they want to stay in the race. IMO.

 

 

Well honestly, Microsoft must really be feeling the threat from Firefox and Chrome. Because dare I say it, but yesterday I saw an Internet Exploere commercial. In all these years of IE's existence, I've NEVER seen a commercial for it until yesterday.

 

That speaks volumes about the fact that they know they're getting ran out of the browser side of things.

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Here's DeveloperBase's:

 

[table]

Browser

% of Users

[td]Chrome[/td]

[td]52.97%[/td]

[td]Firefox[/td]

[td]30.33%[/td]

[td]Safari[/td]

[td]9.40%[/td]

[td]Internet Explorer[/td]

[td]4.01%[/td]

[td]Opera[/td]

[td]1.20%[/td]

[td]Android Browser[/td]

[td]1.09%[/td]

[td]Mozilla Compatible Agent[/td]

[td].33%[/td]

[td]Opera Mini[/td]

[td].27%[/td]

[td]Mozilla[/td]

[td].11%[/td]

[td]RockMelt[/td]

[td].08%[/td]

[/table]

 

There is a good reason that here is different. Most people on here are tech heads, and therefore know how to use other browser, what are the best etc. However with others, firefox has been around for so long that people know how to switch to it and how to use it, and explorer is generally the "I dont know what to do on a computer" type browser and is kept for no other reason than its already there. I have not done the stats on mine, however I would guess it would be similar to the OPs

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