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Where can I find free reliable browser statistics?

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If you design a website, it’s important to know how your audience will view it. What browser will they use, what size will their monitor be? Although this differs from website to website, it’s always nice to have some global information.

Clicky is a web analytics tool which also provides free global information gathered by all their individual trackers. You can view it as a whole, or separated by country (nice!):
http://getclicky.com/marketshare/global/web-browsers/

W3 schools is a web building tutorials website, and gives an insight in the statistics of their own site:
http://www.w3schools.com/browsers/browsers_stats.asp

Extensive statistics about Flash, Silverlight and Java (Rich Internet Applications so to speak) can be found on riastats.com:
http://www.riastats.com/

Written by lutsen

December 28, 2009 at 3:06 pm

Posted in Uncategorized

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