Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 24th Feb 2009 13:42 UTC
Apple Whenever we're talking market share and Macs, it'll inevitably get late. There are different means of measuring market share, and different ways to interpret the resulting data, usually leading to heated debates about who is right and who isn't. Ars decided to take a look at the different methods of measurement and see what they mean.
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Show m the money
by eantoranz on Tue 24th Feb 2009 16:35 UTC
eantoranz
Member since:
2005-12-18

Come on, Thom.

Let us see the browser/platform usage statistics of osnews.com. :-D

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RE: Show m the money
by David on Wed 25th Feb 2009 08:31 in reply to "Show m the money"
David Member since:
1997-10-01

Interestingly enough, here's the info from yesterday:
33% Windows
31% Mac
31% Linux
5% Other

How's that for balance?

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RE: Show m the money
by David on Wed 25th Feb 2009 08:33 in reply to "Show m the money"
David Member since:
1997-10-01

And how about this?
59% Firefox
13% Safari
8% Internet Explorer
6% Chrome
4% Opera
4% Mozilla
3% Crawler/Search Engine
2% Epiphany
<1% MobileSafari
<1% Konqueror

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RE[2]: Show m the money
by Kroc on Wed 25th Feb 2009 08:36 in reply to "RE: Show m the money"
Kroc Member since:
2005-11-10

Lol, you can't be serious. That's great! But even my site gets 10% IE, and it doesn't even work on IE at all!

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