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Browser Stats Reloaded

Nick Finck

December 16, 2004 at 12:49 PM

Getting back to browser stats. It looks like Firefox usage on this site is still growing, but perhaps a bit more steady than before. Here are the stats to date:

Browser Session % % Change
Firefox 38.40% up 4.15%
Internet Explorer 28.84% down 3.27%
Mozilla 20.17% up 1.19%
Opera 5.90% down 0.30%
Safari 4.25% down 1.51%
Netscape 1.78% down 0.18%
Konqueror 0.56% up 0.01%
Camino 0.11% down 0.07%

As always, it is important to note that this is a developer site, not a consumer site so the stats do not reflect mainstream web usage. Also, be sure to check out my previous stat reports if you like: November 14th and October 25th.


Jens T

December 16, 2004 at 1:51 PM

The Organisation of Danish Online Media (FDIM) is publishing the browserstats of the 20 most visited danish sites on a weekly basis. It is measured through Gallups RedMeasure-script on the webpages. It is a good indication of which computersystems and browsers the average Dane is using when surfing the net. The stats can be seen here. - the site is in Danish, but the browser-names are universal.

Nick Finck

December 16, 2004 at 5:51 PM

Jens: Ya, there are also some pretty well-rounded figures on U.S. Browser Usage Share over at StatMarket. I was just posting Digital Web Magazine stats to show how the web community was doing browser wise.


December 18, 2004 at 10:57 PM

IE6.0 is 87% ARG ... that hurts;

Jens C. Hansen

December 28, 2004 at 12:44 PM


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