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Internet Explorer’s 12.5% Market Share (and Windows’ 43.9%)

Posted in BSD, GNU/Linux, Site News, Windows at 8:33 am by Dr. Roy Schestowitz

EVERY now and then, somebody asks about site statistics. Visitors of this Web site help debunk the market share myths, so here are site statistics from (almost) the past 3 weeks, October 1st-20th to be precise.

Search engines/spiders are weighing at similar numbers, but they are excluded from the tables below.

Operating Systems

 
Versions Hits Percent  
Windows 885478 43.9 %  
Windows XP 644734 31.9 %
Windows NT 1460 0 %
Windows Me 1343 0 %
Windows Vista 169844 8.4 %
Windows CE 808 0 %
Windows 98 3982 0.1 %
Windows 95 555 0 %
Windows 2003 32718 1.6 %
Windows 2000 29972 1.4 %
Windows 3.xx 62 0 %
BSD 6939 0.3 %  
OpenBSD 433 0 %
NetBSD 472 0 %
FreeBSD 6034 0.2 %
Linux 830067 41.1 %  
Ubuntu 280715 13.9 %
Suse 79141 3.9 %
Red Hat 3253 0.1 %
Mandriva (or Mandrake) 39834 1.9 %
Fedora 92770 4.6 %
Debian 75957 3.7 %
Centos 4343 0.2 %
GNU Linux (Unknown or unspecified distribution) 254054 12.6 %
Macintosh 122921 6 %  
Mac OS X 122478 6 %
Mac OS 443 0 %
Others 169838 8.4 %  
Unknown 161005 7.9 %
Sun Solaris 5969 0.2 %
Unknown Unix system 1330 0 %
Symbian OS 838 0 %
OS/2 368 0 %
CPM 122 0 %
RISC OS 75 0 %
BeOS 37 0 %
HP UX 34 0 %
Irix 32 0 %
AmigaOS 24 0 %
Aix 2 0 %
VMS 1 0 %
Sony PlayStation Portable 1 0 %

Browsers

 
Versions Grabber Hits Percent  
MSIE   253501 12.5 %  
Msie 999.1 No 110 0 %
Msie 8.01 No 15 0 %
Msie 8.0 No 7627 0.3 %
Msie 7.0 No 136320 6.7 %
Msie 7 No 44 0 %
Msie 6.1 No 6 0 %
Msie 6.0 No 102852 5.1 %
Msie 5.5 No 3107 0.1 %
Msie 5.23 No 40 0 %
Msie 5.22 No 1 0 %
Msie 5.01 No 710 0 %
Msie 5.00 No 15 0 %
Msie 5.0 No 900 0 %
Msie 4.01 No 774 0 %
Msie 4.0 No 75 0 %
Msie 3.02 No 28 0 %
Msie 3.01 No 2 0 %
Msie 3.0 No 3 0 %
Msie 2.0 No 66 0 %
Msie 1.5 No 1 0 %
Msie ? No 805 0 %
FIREFOX   1243767 61.7 %  
Firefox 5.9 No 36 0 %
Firefox 3.1.0 No 35 0 %
Firefox 3.1 No 2980 0.1 %
Firefox 3.03 No 118 0 %
Firefox 3.01 No 34 0 %
Firefox 3.0.4 No 1043 0 %
Firefox 3.0.3 No 780321 38.7 %
Firefox 3.0.2 No 99900 4.9 %
Firefox 3.0.1 No 101967 5 %
Firefox 3.0.0.0.0 No 33 0 %
Firefox 3.0.0 No 33 0 %
Firefox 3.0 No 44549 2.2 %
Firefox 3 No 94 0 %
Firefox 2.5.9.9 No 36 0 %
Firefox 2.0.1 No 31 0 %
Firefox 2.0.0.9 No 4936 0.2 %
Firefox 2.0.0.8 No 1215 0 %
Firefox 2.0.0.7 No 1668 0 %
Firefox 2.0.0.6 No 4570 0.2 %
Firefox 2.0.0.5 No 853 0 %
Firefox 2.0.0.4 No 2343 0.1 %
Firefox 2.0.0.3 No 8549 0.4 %
Firefox 2.0.0.2 No 937 0 %
Firefox 2.0.0.18 No 33 0 %
Firefox 2.0.0.17 No 97207 4.8 %
Firefox 2.0.0.16 No 27019 1.3 %
Firefox 2.0.0.15 No 2276 0.1 %
Firefox 2.0.0.14 No 21777 1 %
Firefox 2.0.0.13 No 3456 0.1 %
Firefox 2.0.0.12 No 5437 0.2 %
Firefox 2.0.0.11 No 9917 0.4 %
Firefox 2.0.0.10 No 1523 0 %
Firefox 2.0.0.1 No 1182 0 %
Firefox 2.0.0.0 No 194 0 %
Firefox 2.0.0 No 761 0 %
Firefox 2.0 No 2466 0.1 %
Firefox 2 No 53 0 %
Firefox 1.6 No 63 0 %
Firefox 1.5.0.9 No 1275 0 %
Firefox 1.5.0.8 No 361 0 %
Firefox 1.5.0.7 No 1182 0 %
Firefox 1.5.0.6 No 304 0 %
Firefox 1.5.0.5 No 324 0 %
Firefox 1.5.0.4 No 514 0 %
Firefox 1.5.0.3 No 317 0 %
Firefox 1.5.0.2 No 140 0 %
Firefox 1.5.0.13 No 113 0 %
Firefox 1.5.0.12 No 4584 0.2 %
Firefox 1.5.0.11 No 109 0 %
Firefox 1.5.0.10 No 692 0 %
Firefox 1.5.0.1 No 482 0 %
Firefox 1.5.0 No 85 0 %
Firefox 1.5 No 828 0 %
Firefox 1.0.8 No 236 0 %
Firefox 1.0.7 No 538 0 %
Firefox 1.0.6 No 321 0 %
Firefox 1.0.4 No 456 0 %
Firefox 1.0.3 No 89 0 %
Firefox 1.0.2 No 32 0 %
Firefox 1.0.1 No 122 0 %
Firefox 1.0 No 809 0 %
Firefox 0.9.6 No 12 0 %
Firefox 0.9.2 No 9 0 %
Firefox 0.9.1 No 14 0 %
Firefox 0.9 No 8 0 %
Firefox 0.8.0 No 9 0 %
Firefox 0.8 No 41 0 %
Firefox 0.5.6 No 25 0 %
Firefox 0.10.1 No 3 0 %
Firefox 0.10 No 50 0 %
Firefox ? No 38 0 %
NETSCAPE   4323 0.2 %  
Netscape 8.0.3.4 No 34 0 %
Netscape 8.0.1 No 12 0 %
Netscape 8.0 No 9 0 %
Netscape 7.2 No 419 0 %
Netscape 7.1 No 66 0 %
Netscape 7.01 No 37 0 %
Netscape 6.2.1 No 33 0 %
Netscape 6.1 No 4 0 %
Netscape 6.01 No 2 0 %
Netscape 5.0 No 1538 0 %
Netscape 5 No 34 0 %
Netscape 4.8 No 122 0 %
Netscape 4.79 No 32 0 %
Netscape 4.77 No 15 0 %
Netscape 4.76 No 36 0 %
Netscape 4.75 No 42 0 %
Netscape 4.7 No 1 0 %
Netscape 4.61 No 38 0 %
Netscape 4.5 No 53 0 %
Netscape 4.11 No 36 0 %
Netscape 4.08 No 1 0 %
Netscape 4.06 No 2 0 %
Netscape 4.0 No 82 0 %
Netscape 3.04 No 1 0 %
Netscape 3.01 No 72 0 %
Netscape 3.0 No 24 0 %
Netscape 0.91 No 14 0 %
Netscape 0.6 No 28 0 %
Netscape ? No 1536 0 %
Others   513652 25.4 %  
Mozilla No 150931 7.4 %
Opera No 89460 4.4 %
Safari No 77837 3.8 %
Unknown ? 67007 3.3 %
Konqueror No 54503 2.7 %
Wget Yes 44998 2.2 %
Akregator (RSS Reader) No 7064 0.3 %
Liferea (RSS Reader) No 6658 0.3 %
Epiphany No 3557 0.1 %
Galeon No 1503 0 %
NetNewsWire (RSS Reader) No 967 0 %
K-Meleon No 738 0 %
Lynx No 722 0 %
NewsGator (RSS Reader) No 707 0 %
RSSOwl (RSS Reader) No 690 0 %
Camino No 627 0 %
BonEcho (Firefox 2.0 development) No 608 0 %
NewsFire (RSS Reader) No 593 0 %
Vienna (RSS Reader) No 587 0 %
Gnus Network User Services No 532 0 %
MultiZilla No 439 0 %
LibWWW No 413 0 %
OmniWeb No 372 0 %
Links No 361 0 %
FeedReader (RSS Reader) No 256 0 %
Dillo No 218 0 %
FeedDemon (RSS Reader) No 210 0 %
RSS Bandit (RSS Reader) No 116 0 %
iCab No 107 0 %
AWeb No 82 0 %
Curl Yes 80 0 %
w3m No 79 0 %
LibWWW-perl No 75 0 %
Acrobat Webcapture Yes 68 0 %
Nutscrape No 54 0 %
Pluck (RSS Reader) No 52 0 %
Gnome FileSystem Abstraction library No 44 0 %
Ericsson Browser (PDA/Phone browser) No 38 0 %
Phoenix No 38 0 %
Samsung (PDA/Phone browser) No 35 0 %
Nokia Browser (PDA/Phone browser) No 34 0 %
Chimera (Old Camino) No 33 0 %
CJB.NET Proxy No 28 0 %
FDM Free Download Manager Yes 27 0 %
Firebird (Old Firefox) No 24 0 %
BlogBridge (RSS Reader) No 18 0 %
HTTrack Yes 15 0 %
HTTP user-agent for POE (portable networking framework for Perl) No 9 0 %
Sony/Ericsson Browser (PDA/Phone browser) No 9 0 %
NetShow Player (media player) No 7 0 %
Xine, a free multimedia player (media player) No 6 0 %
The Movie Player (media player) No 6 0 %
iBrowse No 5 0 %
Plagger (RSS Reader) No 2 0 %
Lotus Notes web client No 2 0 %
SharpReader (RSS Reader) No 1 0 %
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