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Predictably the Microsoft former monopolist Internet Explorer still is the most widely used browser with little over half of the number of page views on this blog. Mozilla Firefox comes in second with nearly a quarter, followed on some distance by Google Chrome and Safari. Opera and browsers for Mobile systems still are a minority.
Monthly statistics consistently point to MS Internet Explorer falling well below 50% of the page views. Mozilla, its main competitor doesn't take any profit from this as its share holds up at best. Runner up is Google Chrome, while Safari and Opera also get to be more popular. Browsers for mobile devices become more popular as a group. I'm not sure to what extent this is a seasonal pattern (as this stats refer to the month of August 2012).
MS Windows based operating systems count for 86% of the page views. Apple's Macintosh is second with 6% followed by Linux and Unix with 2 and 1%. Mobile operating systems have an aggregate share of less than 5% of the page views.
Last month's stats show a decline of Windows based operating systems to 84%, with the total of the operating systems run op PC down to 92%. Among the mobile operating systems the Ipad seems to emerge as the winner with 4% of the page views, or half the total page views coming from mobile devices. A seasonality pattern or the start of a trend, who knows?