Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 2nd Aug 2009 21:31 UTC, submitted by Luis
In the News It's market share/installed base/whatever time! Net Applications' figures had been under review for a while, and now we know why: they've finally done what should have been done ages ago. Namely, they've added country-level weighting to their figures. They also added this retrospectively, meaning all previous figures have been updated to reflect the change. This has devastating effects for some.
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More fair
by Luis on Sun 2nd Aug 2009 21:43 UTC
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Things look much more fair now, specially OS X going down to 5% from 10%. However, I find it very sad to see IE 6 as the most used browser world wide. I was hoping that it would die this year, especially since Youtube announced it will stop supporting it soon.

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