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Wendy Volkman <[log in to unmask]>
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UofMN CSS Web Development <[log in to unmask]>
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Mon, 26 Oct 2009 09:51:32 -0500
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Browser Stats for the Office of Human Resources since 9.1.09.

**Operating Systems**

Windows - 84.78%
    XP - 71.45%
    Vista - 25.58%
Macintosh -14.04%
    Intel 10.5 - 56.62%
    Intel 10.4 - 14.85%
    Intel 10.6 - 8.96%
    PPC 10.4 - 8.06%
Linux - 0.76%    
iPhone - 0.23%    
iPod - 0.07%
Android - 0.02%
BlackBerry - 0.01%

**Browser**

Internet Explorer - 54.98%
    7.0 - 52.28%
    8.0 - 28.30%
    6.0 - 19.40%
Firefox - 33.64%
    3.5.3 - 43.96%
    3.0.14 - 29.24%
    3.5.2 - 6.65%
Safari - 8.39%
    531.9 - 64.10%
    530.19 - 6.33%    
    525.27.1 - 6.14%    
    525.28.3 - 4.17%
Chrome - 2.14%    
Opera - 0.29%    
Mozilla - 0.25%
Netscape - 0.10%    
SeaMonkey - 0.09%    
Camino - 0.04%    
Opera Mini - 0.03%

**Browser / Operating System**

Internet Explorer / Windows - 54.98%
Firefox / Windows - 27.33%    
Safari / Macintosh - 7.83%    
Firefox / Macintosh - 5.78%    
Chrome / Windows - 2.13%    
Firefox / Linux - 0.52%    
Opera / Windows - 0.25%    
Safari / Windows - 0.25%    
Safari / iPhone - 0.23%

Wendy

Garrett Kuchta wrote:
> myU Portal status.
>
> _OS_
> Windows - 76.81%
>     XP - 50.47%
>     Vista - 47.94%
>
> Mac - 21.73%
>     Intel 10.5 - 69.62%
>     Intel 10.4 - 12.62%
>     Intel 10.6 - 10.26%
>     PPC 10.4 - 3.63%
>
> Linux: 0.66%
> iPod : 0.36%
> iPhone: 0.35%
>
> Android: 0.02%
>     1.5: 67.84%
>     1.6: 32.16%
> BlackBerry: 0.01%
>
> while they're statistically insignificant, we also have people using 
> their PS3 and Wii
>
> _Browser and OS_
> Internet Explorer / Windows 44.34%    
> Firefox / Windows 28.70%
> Safari / Macintosh 15.08%
> Firefox / Macintosh 6.64%
> Chrome / Windows 3.11%    
> Firefox / Linux 0.62%    
> Safari / Windows 0.41%    
> Safari / iPod 0.36%    
> Safari / iPhone 0.35%
>
> _Just the browser_
> IE - 44.34%
>     7.0 - 54.08%
>     8.0 - 34.31%
>     6.0 - 11.61%
>     ( we also get a few hits from people 5.5, 4 and 4.01 (?!) )
>
> Firefox - 35.98%
>     3.5.3 - 31.57%
>     3.0.14 - 24.12%
>     3.5.2 - 17.13%
>     3.0.13 - 11.21%
>     3.0.10 - 3.63%
>     3.5.1 - 2.75%
>     3.0.11 - 1.76%
>     3.0.1    - 1.41%
>     3.0.5    - 1.13%
>
> Safari - 16.24%
>     531.9 - 52.36%
>     530.19 - 12.25%
>     525.28.3 - 8.42%
>     525.27.1 - 8.06%
>     525.20.1 - 5.01%
>     528.16 - 3.11%
>     531.9.1 - 1.72%
>     525.20    - 1.53%
>     525.22 - 1.29%
>     525.15 - 1.25%
>
> Chrome - 3.11%
>     2.0.172.43 - 29.50%
>     3.0.195.21 - 23.76%
>     3.0.195.25 - 17.62%
>     3.0.195.24 - 6.74%
>     2.0.172.39 - 5.75%
>
> Garrett
>
> Santiago Fernandez-Gimenez wrote:
>> One Stop stats.
>> Hmmm, We don't get the linux traffic that CSci gets.  Know your 
>> audience, eh?
>> _Browsers_
>> IE - 41.20%
>>    7.0 -54.24%    8.0 - 29.89%    6.0- 15.86%
>>
>> Firefox - 36.83%
>>     3.5 - 47.17%
>>     3.0 - 39.31%
>>     2.0 - 3.79%
>>
>> Safari - 18.85%
>>     Chrome - 2.46%
>>
>> _Operating Systems_
>> Windows - 74.08%
>> Mac OS X - 24.12%
>> Linux - 0.85%
>> iPod - 0.28%
>> iPhone - 0.42%
>> Android - 0.06%
>> Blackberry - 0.04%
>>
>>
>> On Fri, Oct 23, 2009 at 10:34 AM, Debbie Gillespie <[log in to unmask] 
>> <mailto:[log in to unmask]>> wrote:
>>
>>     Here are the statistics for the computer science homepage for the 
>> last
>>     month:
>>
>>     **Operating Systems**
>>
>>     Windows   - 66.99%
>>     Linux     - 17.77%
>>     Macintosh - 13.19%
>>     SunOS     -  1.06%
>>     iPhone    -  0.49%
>>     iPod      -  0.19%
>>     (not set) -  0.15%
>>     Android   -  0.08%
>>     BlackBerry-  0.04%
>>     SymbianOS -  0.03%
>>
>>
>>     **Browsers**
>>
>>     Firefox    - 56.64%
>>     IE         - 23.98%
>>     Safari     -  9.59%
>>     Chrome     -  8.11%
>>     Mozilla    -  0.75%
>>     Opera      -  0.63%
>>     Opera Mini -  0.07%
>>     Konqueror  -  0.06%
>>     Camino     -  0.04%
>>     SeaMonkey  -  0.04%
>>
>>
>>     Jeremy J. Casper wrote:
>>      > For the September stats on the UofM home page they are:
>>      >
>>      > _Browsers_
>>      > IE - 52.84%
>>      >     IE6 - 12.66%
>>      >     IE7 - 27.05%
>>      >     IE8 - 13.13%
>>      > Firefox - 29.34%
>>      >     FF2 - 1.99%
>>      >     FF3.0 - 13.71%
>>      >     FF3.5 - 13.42 %
>>      > Safari - 15.24%
>>      >     Safari 2 - 0.06%
>>      >     Safari 3 - 3.84%
>>      >     Safari 4 - 10.91%
>>      > Chrome - 2.02%
>>      >
>>      > _Operating Systems_
>>      > Windows - 79.13%
>>      > Mac OS X - 19.50%
>>      > Linux - 0.60%
>>      > iPod - 0.26%
>>      > iPhone - 0.34%
>>      > Android - 0.04%
>>      > Blackberry - 0.03%
>>      >
>>      >
>>      > Zachary Johnson wrote:
>>      >> Here are some of my browser stats, hopefully others will 
>> share. Data
>>      >> is since September 1, 2009. Figures are percentages of total 
>> visits.
>>      >>
>>      >> iPhone 0.63%
>>      >> iPod 0.33%
>>      >> Android 0.07%
>>      >> BlackBerry 0.03%
>>      >>
>>      >> Firefox 43.71%
>>      >> IE 33.58%
>>      >> Safari 17.24%
>>      >> Chrome 4.40%
>>      >> Opera 0.50%
>>      >>
>>      >> Firefox 3.5+ 24.51%
>>      >>
>>      >> IE 8 11.47%
>>      >> IE 7 17.74%
>>      >> IE 6 4.36%
>>      >>
>>      >>
>>      >> Pretty interesting that IE6 and Chrome hold equal share.
>>      >>
>>      >> Another interesting fact is that Firefox 3.5 + Safari + Chrome =
>>      >> roughly 46% of our visitors with cutting edge CSS3 support.
>>      >>
>>      >>
>>
>>

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