[development] the new standard RSS icon

Khalid B kb at 2bits.com
Thu Jan 5 04:08:49 UTC 2006

I was skeptical at first, since the last time I looked, MS IE was going strong.

However, checking two web site with different audience, here are the
stats from December:

Normal audience site (non techie, non computer savvy):
MS IE 82.2%
FireFox 8.5%
Unknown 4.2% (crawlers?)
Mozilla 1.4%
Safari 1.1%
(others with less than 1% each)

Techie site:
MS IE 63.2%
FireFox 22.2%
Unknown 5.4% (crawlers?)
Safari 3.1%
Mozilla: 1.9%
Opera: 1.6%
(others with less than 1% each)

On 1/3/06, Christophe Chisogne <christophe at publicityweb.com> wrote:
> Bèr Kessels a écrit :
> > I know IE is approx 100% of the market share.
> It seems you live under a rock or something. IE is around 80-85% now on
> "general" (lambda/joe users) websites. On some more "technical" websites,
> IE is even only in second place, around 40%. And there are dozens of new
> browsers now (cell phones etc)
> Just ask Google if you dont beleive it. Just 2 quick links below
> (english and french : Europe and US have quite different views)
> http://www.onestat.com/html/aboutus_pressbox40_browser_market_firefox_growing.html
> http://www.xitimonitor.com/etudes/equipement12.asp
> Ch.

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