Browser stats

by Volker Weber

browser stats

Firefox is the browser I am seeing most often here on vowe's magic flying circus. IE continues to decline but this picture may change when Firefox 2 and IE 7 come out. Safari has a sizeable chunk, and interestingly enough Opera is still used by quite a few visitors here. I hope the design is working for you since I have not tested in Opera.

The Mac continues to hold an 18% share, so one third of the Mac users must be on Firefox instead of Safari. I have tested the last two RCs of Firefox 2 and it is really fast. Still, I am a Safari user.

How are the stats for your site?

Comments

80% Windows, 4% Linux, 40% IE, 38% Firefox.

Sascha Carlin, 2006-10-18

69% Firefox, 13% Safari, 11% IE, 3% Opera

59% Windows, 26% Mac, 15% Linux

And yes, your site looks just fine (and is fast) on Opera

Jens-Christian Fischer, 2006-10-18

60% IE, 20% Firefox, 14% Safari
80% Windows, 15% Mac

Franz Mattes, 2006-10-18

40% Firefox, 38% IE, 12% Safari, 3% Opera
73% Windows, 19% Mac

Markus Weimer, 2006-10-18

Yep. Your site works perfect in Opera 9 on Linux and OSX, as it did in Opera 8.5x on Linux.

Konstantin Klein, 2006-10-18

70.87% Firefox
21.74% Internet Explorer
03.91% Safari
02.61% Opera
00.43% Camino
00.43% Interwebthingy Exploder 8.0000001

Your diagram looks like the ones from Google Analytics. If it is, you could easily check how many Macs are on Firefox. As far as browser - platform combinations are concerned, I see the following:

43.91% Firefox 1.5.0.6 - Windows XP
18.26% Internet Explorer 6.0 - Windows XP
06.09% Firefox 1.5.0.6 - Macintosh PPC
06.09% Firefox 1.5.0.7 - Windows XP
02.17% Firefox 1.5.0.6 - Windows 2000
02.17% Safari 419.3 - Macintosh Intel
01.30% Opera 9.00 - Windows XP
01.30% Firefox 1.5.0.5 - Linux (unknown version)
01.30% Firefox 1.5.0.4 - Windows XP
01.30% Safari 419.3 - Macintosh PPC

These are the top ten, further down I even have someone coming in with IE on Windows Server 2003...

Ragnar Schierholz, 2006-10-18

45,3% IE, 43,34% Firefox, 5,78% Opera, 3,3% Safari, 1,14% Mozilla, 0,52% Netscape.

Yes, more IE than Firefox at my site - something i really don't like :)

Dirk Steins, 2006-10-18

FireFox 33%, IE 29%, Unknown 22%, Mozilla 8%, Netscape, NetNewsWire, Opera & Safari, 2% a-piece, plus Lotus Notes & Camino a negligible percentage each.

Windows 68%, Unknown 24%, Mac 5%, Linux 3%

Ben Poole, 2006-10-18

Last 30 days (about 55K visits)...

IE 49.86%, Firefox 44.42%, Safari 2.64%.

Windows 93.44%, Mac 4.49%, Linux 1.9%. One OS/2 user. :-)

Ed Brill, 2006-10-18

That is interesting. I would not expected you to have so many Firefox users.

Volker Weber, 2006-10-18

IE 63,3%, Firefox 30,0%, Opera 4,3%, Safari 1,2%, Mozilla 0,7%, Netscape 0,5%

Windows 97,3%, Mac 1,8%, Linux 0,9%

Alper Iseri, 2006-10-18

alanlepofsky.net for 9/1/2006 - 10/31/2006

Internet Explorer 64.44% , Firefox 32.07% , Opera 1.85%
Windows 97.42% , Macintosh 1.41% , Linux 1.07%

Internet Explorer 6.0 - Windows XP 51.03%
Firefox 1.5.0.7 - Windows XP 15.24%
Firefox 1.5.0.6 - Windows XP 8.09%
Internet Explorer 6.0 - Windows 2000 7.80%
Internet Explorer 7.0 - Windows XP 3.80%
Firefox 2.0 - Windows XP 1.64%
Firefox 1.5.0.7 - Windows 2000 1.35%
Firefox 1.0.7 - Windows XP 0.83%
Opera 9.01 - Windows XP 0.78%
Internet Explorer 6.0 - Windows Server 2003 0.72%

Alan Lepofsky, 2006-10-18

60% Windows (I have to work on that!), 25% Linux, 15% Mac.
55% of my (web) readers use Firefox, 28% Internet Explorer, 8% Safari, 4% Opera and 2% Konqueror. I also had one single Camino hit last month.

The top ten of the combined browser/OS stats read as follows:
Internet Explorer 6.0 - Windows XP: 22.45%
Firefox 1.5.0.7 - Windows XP: 20.94%
Firefox 1.5.0.7 - Linux (unknown version): 12.45%
Safari 419.3 - Macintosh PPC: 4.15%
Firefox 1.5.0.1 - Linux (unknown version): 3.96%
Safari 419.3 - Macintosh Intel: 2.83%
Internet Explorer 6.0 - Windows 2000: 2.64%
Firefox 1.5.0.4 - Linux (unknown version): 2.64%
Firefox 2.0 - Macintosh Intel: 2.64%
Firefox 2.0 - Windows XP: 2.08%

Jean Pierre Wenzel, 2006-10-18

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