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CE Geek Page Icon Posted 2013-11-15 3:42 AM
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Rich, if you're gonna talk about me behind my back, don't do it in front of me.
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Rich Hawley Page Icon Posted 2013-11-15 1:21 PM
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Sorry, thought you were facing the other way...
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C:Amie Page Icon Posted 2013-12-01 7:00 PM
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November's stats:

Top Browser (version):
#1 Firefox/25
#2 Chrome/30
#3 Chrome/31
#4 MSIE/8
#5 MSIE/10

Top Browser (all):
#1 Chrome
#2 IE
#3 Firefox
#4 Safari
#5 Opera

Top OS (version):
#1 7
#2 XP
#3 8
#4 8.1
#5 Vista
#6 OS X 10.9
#7 Android 4.1
#8 OS X 10.6
#9 iPhone 7
#10 Windows Server 2003 / XP 64

XP is still 31% of Windows traffic.

Why are people still using Windows 8.0 and why are people still using IE 10 instead of 11?!?!
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C:Amie Page Icon Posted 2014-01-01 6:08 PM
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December's stats:

Top Browser (version):
#1 Chrome/31
#2 Firefox/25
#3 MSIE/11
#4 MSIE/8
#5 Firefox/26
#6 MSIE/10

Top Browser (all):
#1 IE
#2 Firefox
#3 Chrome
#4 Safari
#5 Opera

Top OS (version):
#1 Windows 7
#2 Windows XP
#3 Windows Vista
#4 Windows 8
#5 Linux (all)
#6 Windows 8.1
#7 OS X 10.9
#8 iPad 7
#9 iPhone 7
#10 Windows Server 2003

Windows 8.1 has almost caught up with Windows 8 in terms of total Windows percentages (5.07% vs 4.34%). Windows 7 has 51.12%. OS X 10.9 with 1.92%.

It might look like IE 11 has had a good month, but I will have skewed the stats because we've been doing a lot of re-writes and testing over December - so a lot of IE 11 could just be me!
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C:Amie Page Icon Posted 2014-01-01 6:52 PM
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So above were December's stats, what about all of 2013?

As if you couldn't predict it:

Top Browser:
#1 MSIE/8
#2 MSIE/9
#3 MSIE/10
#4 Chrome/26
#5 Chrome/25

MSIE/8 had 3 times more traffic than Chrome/26

Top Browser (all):
#1 MSIE (just, by 158,158 hits)
#2 Firefox
#3 Chrome
#4 Safari
#5 Opera

What is interesting here is that IE, Firefox and Chrome traffic are all within 210,000 hits of each other; virtually equal thirds of the main traffic!

Operating Systems:
#1 Windows 7
#2 Windows XP
#3 Windows 8
#4 Linux (all)
#5 Windows Vista
#6 Windows 98
#7 OS X 10.8
#8 Windows Server 2003
#9 Android 4.1
#10 Windows 8.1

Overall traffic on HPC:Factor continues to be depressingly downwards, 36% down on last year.

The busiest day of 2013 was 10th June followed by 16th July and 17th July.

Oddly the quietest is being reported as 3rd June, but I suspect that was related to an outage. 18th April and 9th March follow in quiet terms.

The most downloaded file was eVT 3.0 (original), which should mean that we have a lot of budding developers out there... where are you people?!?!? The next, perhaps surprisingly ActiveSync 3.7.0 (not 3.8 or even 3.7.1!)

The most viewed SCL app was Sol! CE

The most viewed HCL item was the 3COM 3C589 EtherLink III LAN PC Card

The most viewed hardware specification of 2013 was... the MicroSlate Sidearm ?!?!

So there you have it, 2013 in a nutshell.
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C:Amie Page Icon Posted 2014-02-04 1:13 PM
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Top Browser:
#1 FF/26
#2 MSIE/11
#3 MSIE/8
#4 Chrome/31
#5 Chrome/32

Operating Systems:
#1 Windows 7
#2 Windows XP
#3 Windows Vista
#4 Windows 8.1
#5 Linux (All)

Most viewed SCL app was Quackenchat
Most read review 7in-netbook
Top CESD 'Troubleshooting Wireless (WiFi) Connections on Windows CE'
Top D&S view 'Augen Electronics Corp. eGo Netbook PC'
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C:Amie Page Icon Posted 2014-03-05 11:06 AM
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Top Browser:
#1 Chrome/32
#2 MSIE/11
#3 MSIE/8
#4 FF/26
#5 FF/27

Operating Systems:
#1 Windows 7
#2 Windows XP
#3 Windows 8.1
#4 Linux (All)
#5 Windows Vista

Top 5 SCL:
#1 Leo's Void
#2 Casino Pack
#3 TCPMP 0.72 Release Candidate 1 (RC1)
#4 Mail Sorter
#5 The Sky
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C:Amie Page Icon Posted 2015-06-28 12:53 PM
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I've updated Analog today ( http://www.c-amie.co.uk/qlink/?id=2 ) so that it supports OS X 10.10, Windows 10, Android 5 and new iOS devices, which helps given the data was missing in Analog 6.0.11.

I last reported in Feb 2014 and between then and now the data is down a little bit, but traffic has levelled off compared to the free fall it was experiencing.

May 2015

Top Browser:
Chrome/42
Firefox/37
MSIE/11
Firefox/38
Chrome/43

Operating System:
Windows 7
Windows 8.1
Windows XP
Linux (All)
Windows Vista
OS X 10.10
Android 4.4

Windows 10 has now over taken all other OS X OS's and all other Windows releases apart from the above and Windows 8.0

Top 5 SCL:
MobiPocket Reader 4.8
Warehouse Guy
WinCE iSCSI Initiator
DUGA
XAudio SDK
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Rich Hawley Page Icon Posted 2015-06-28 1:53 PM
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Why is Chrome reported twice in the top browser heading?
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C:Amie Page Icon Posted 2015-06-28 5:01 PM
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One is version 42 and the other 43
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Rich Hawley Page Icon Posted 2015-06-28 6:13 PM
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So does the order of the browsers determine its frequency? I just find it hard to believe that Firefox is more popular than IE...
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CE Geek Page Icon Posted 2015-06-28 6:56 PM
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C:Amie Page Icon Posted 2015-06-28 7:15 PM
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Yes, the order is relative to the hit count from each browser.

Microsoft got to the end of its fad of developing IE (they do it in faddy cycles) and let it fester. They've done virtually nothing since IE11 was released (Windows Media is in an even worse state!). IE11 is the same on Windows 7, 8 and 10 but lacks things like proper HTML 5 video codec support and its plug-in system is a relic of the 1990's and these days is a mess - no adblock, no flash block etc. not without breaking the sandbox model and installing them into the operating system!

They did make some considerable improvements in the rendering engine and I do still use IE as my primary browser, but it's a case of too little, too late for most people.
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Windows 10 has now over taken all other OS X OS's and all other Windows releases apart from the above and Windows 8.0


I cannot parse this sentence.
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Most of the Linux traffic is probably me.
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