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

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





 
















VersionsHitsPercent 
Windows88547843.9 % 
Windows XP64473431.9 %
Windows NT14600 %
Windows Me13430 %
Windows Vista1698448.4 %
Windows CE8080 %
Windows 9839820.1 %
Windows 955550 %
Windows 2003327181.6 %
Windows 2000299721.4 %
Windows 3.xx620 %
BSD69390.3 % 
OpenBSD4330 %
NetBSD4720 %
FreeBSD60340.2 %
Linux83006741.1 % 
Ubuntu28071513.9 %
Suse791413.9 %
Red Hat32530.1 %
Mandriva (or Mandrake)398341.9 %
Fedora927704.6 %
Debian759573.7 %
Centos43430.2 %
GNU Linux (Unknown or unspecified distribution)25405412.6 %
Macintosh1229216 % 
Mac OS X1224786 %
Mac OS4430 %
Others1698388.4 % 
Unknown1610057.9 %
Sun Solaris59690.2 %
Unknown Unix system13300 %
Symbian OS8380 %
OS/23680 %
CPM1220 %
RISC OS750 %
BeOS370 %
HP UX340 %
Irix320 %
AmigaOS240 %
Aix20 %
VMS10 %
Sony PlayStation Portable10 %


Browsers






 


























































































VersionsGrabberHitsPercent 
MSIE 25350112.5 % 
Msie 999.1No1100 %
Msie 8.01No150 %
Msie 8.0No76270.3 %
Msie 7.0No1363206.7 %
Msie 7No440 %
Msie 6.1No60 %
Msie 6.0No1028525.1 %
Msie 5.5No31070.1 %
Msie 5.23No400 %
Msie 5.22No10 %
Msie 5.01No7100 %
Msie 5.00No150 %
Msie 5.0No9000 %
Msie 4.01No7740 %
Msie 4.0No750 %
Msie 3.02No280 %
Msie 3.01No20 %
Msie 3.0No30 %
Msie 2.0No660 %
Msie 1.5No10 %
Msie ?No8050 %
FIREFOX 124376761.7 % 
Firefox 5.9No360 %
Firefox 3.1.0No350 %
Firefox 3.1No29800.1 %
Firefox 3.03No1180 %
Firefox 3.01No340 %
Firefox 3.0.4No10430 %
Firefox 3.0.3No78032138.7 %
Firefox 3.0.2No999004.9 %
Firefox 3.0.1No1019675 %
Firefox 3.0.0.0.0No330 %
Firefox 3.0.0No330 %
Firefox 3.0No445492.2 %
Firefox 3No940 %
Firefox 2.5.9.9No360 %
Firefox 2.0.1No310 %
Firefox 2.0.0.9No49360.2 %
Firefox 2.0.0.8No12150 %
Firefox 2.0.0.7No16680 %
Firefox 2.0.0.6No45700.2 %
Firefox 2.0.0.5No8530 %
Firefox 2.0.0.4No23430.1 %
Firefox 2.0.0.3No85490.4 %
Firefox 2.0.0.2No9370 %
Firefox 2.0.0.18No330 %
Firefox 2.0.0.17No972074.8 %
Firefox 2.0.0.16No270191.3 %
Firefox 2.0.0.15No22760.1 %
Firefox 2.0.0.14No217771 %
Firefox 2.0.0.13No34560.1 %
Firefox 2.0.0.12No54370.2 %
Firefox 2.0.0.11No99170.4 %
Firefox 2.0.0.10No15230 %
Firefox 2.0.0.1No11820 %
Firefox 2.0.0.0No1940 %
Firefox 2.0.0No7610 %
Firefox 2.0No24660.1 %
Firefox 2No530 %
Firefox 1.6No630 %
Firefox 1.5.0.9No12750 %
Firefox 1.5.0.8No3610 %
Firefox 1.5.0.7No11820 %
Firefox 1.5.0.6No3040 %
Firefox 1.5.0.5No3240 %
Firefox 1.5.0.4No5140 %
Firefox 1.5.0.3No3170 %
Firefox 1.5.0.2No1400 %
Firefox 1.5.0.13No1130 %
Firefox 1.5.0.12No45840.2 %
Firefox 1.5.0.11No1090 %
Firefox 1.5.0.10No6920 %
Firefox 1.5.0.1No4820 %
Firefox 1.5.0No850 %
Firefox 1.5No8280 %
Firefox 1.0.8No2360 %
Firefox 1.0.7No5380 %
Firefox 1.0.6No3210 %
Firefox 1.0.4No4560 %
Firefox 1.0.3No890 %
Firefox 1.0.2No320 %
Firefox 1.0.1No1220 %
Firefox 1.0No8090 %
Firefox 0.9.6No120 %
Firefox 0.9.2No90 %
Firefox 0.9.1No140 %
Firefox 0.9No80 %
Firefox 0.8.0No90 %
Firefox 0.8No410 %
Firefox 0.5.6No250 %
Firefox 0.10.1No30 %
Firefox 0.10No500 %
Firefox ?No380 %
NETSCAPE 43230.2 % 
Netscape 8.0.3.4No340 %
Netscape 8.0.1No120 %
Netscape 8.0No90 %
Netscape 7.2No4190 %
Netscape 7.1No660 %
Netscape 7.01No370 %
Netscape 6.2.1No330 %
Netscape 6.1No40 %
Netscape 6.01No20 %
Netscape 5.0No15380 %
Netscape 5No340 %
Netscape 4.8No1220 %
Netscape 4.79No320 %
Netscape 4.77No150 %
Netscape 4.76No360 %
Netscape 4.75No420 %
Netscape 4.7No10 %
Netscape 4.61No380 %
Netscape 4.5No530 %
Netscape 4.11No360 %
Netscape 4.08No10 %
Netscape 4.06No20 %
Netscape 4.0No820 %
Netscape 3.04No10 %
Netscape 3.01No720 %
Netscape 3.0No240 %
Netscape 0.91No140 %
Netscape 0.6No280 %
Netscape ?No15360 %
Others 51365225.4 % 
MozillaNo1509317.4 %
OperaNo894604.4 %
SafariNo778373.8 %
Unknown?670073.3 %
KonquerorNo545032.7 %
WgetYes449982.2 %
Akregator (RSS Reader)No70640.3 %
Liferea (RSS Reader)No66580.3 %
EpiphanyNo35570.1 %
GaleonNo15030 %
NetNewsWire (RSS Reader)No9670 %
K-MeleonNo7380 %
LynxNo7220 %
NewsGator (RSS Reader)No7070 %
RSSOwl (RSS Reader)No6900 %
CaminoNo6270 %
BonEcho (Firefox 2.0 development)No6080 %
NewsFire (RSS Reader)No5930 %
Vienna (RSS Reader)No5870 %
Gnus Network User ServicesNo5320 %
MultiZillaNo4390 %
LibWWWNo4130 %
OmniWebNo3720 %
LinksNo3610 %
FeedReader (RSS Reader)No2560 %
DilloNo2180 %
FeedDemon (RSS Reader)No2100 %
RSS Bandit (RSS Reader)No1160 %
iCabNo1070 %
AWebNo820 %
CurlYes800 %
w3mNo790 %
LibWWW-perlNo750 %
Acrobat WebcaptureYes680 %
NutscrapeNo540 %
Pluck (RSS Reader)No520 %
Gnome FileSystem Abstraction libraryNo440 %
Ericsson Browser (PDA/Phone browser)No380 %
PhoenixNo380 %
Samsung (PDA/Phone browser)No350 %
Nokia Browser (PDA/Phone browser)No340 %
Chimera (Old Camino)No330 %
CJB.NET ProxyNo280 %
FDM Free Download ManagerYes270 %
Firebird (Old Firefox)No240 %
BlogBridge (RSS Reader)No180 %
HTTrackYes150 %
HTTP user-agent for POE (portable networking framework for Perl)No90 %
Sony/Ericsson Browser (PDA/Phone browser)No90 %
NetShow Player (media player)No70 %
Xine, a free multimedia player (media player)No60 %
The Movie Player (media player)No60 %
iBrowseNo50 %
Plagger (RSS Reader)No20 %
Lotus Notes web clientNo20 %
SharpReader (RSS Reader)No10 %

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