[ubuntu-uk] Ubuntu Usage in the UK
Mark at yourpropertyexpert.com
Wed Aug 1 16:07:19 BST 2007
I wouldn't describe my (property) site as popular, but it's a very
specific, not-IT niche, and over 70% of my visitors are from the UK -
actually, given the nature of my content, this is too low :-)
If I look at the 956 discrete visitors I got in July (as reported by
- 93% Windows
- 5% Macintosh
- 1% "Not set"
- 0.5% "Linux"
Within "Linux", the "version ID" wasn't set for any of them.
By comparison, the Browser figures are more varied:
- 75% Internet Explorer
- 21% Firefox
- 2.5% Safari (which suggests that half of the Mac users must be using
- 2% Opera
- 0.1% Netscape
Over 99.5% of visitors supported Java. Over 99.5% had 16-bit colour or
better, almost 90% having 32-bit colour now.
Screen resolutions show that XGA (1024x768) is still the most common,
but that HIGHER resolutions rather than LOWER are now the bulk:
- 48% - 1024x768
- 18% - 1280x1024
- 12% - 1280x800
- 4.3% - 800x600
- 4.0% - 1440x900
- 2.9% - 1152x864
- 2.6% - 1680x1050
- 1.5% - 1400x1050
- 1.5% - 1600x1200
- 1.1% - 1280x768
Does anyone know what resolution braille readers report?
Josh Blacker wrote:
> On 7/30/07, Darren Mansell <darren.mansell at opengi.co.uk> wrote:
> Find a site that's popular within the UK and ask very very nicely for
> (some of) their visitor stats? I think websites can 'ask' your
> computer what it's
> running (I've seen ads that normally say 'Protect
> your *Windows* PC' telling me to 'Protect your *Linux* PC'. You should
> be able to see breakdown of OSs that way, but I think it only records
> Linux, not specifically Ubuntu. Something to look into, anyway.
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