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Old 28th April 2002, 01:35   #1  |  Link
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some stats for the curious

taken at 2:30am on Sunday morning (local time). Keep in mind that this is a bit outside regular usage patterns. For instance.. the percentage of XP and W2K is higher on workdays, especially W2K beats W98 which I think is due to many corporations using W2K as it's a stable business OS (as compared to the crappy home OS W98).
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here's the browser share. I don't know what netscape5 is.. probably mozilla.
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and here about the whereabouts of people. As many large ISPs use .com or .net domains country code specific numbers are not very useful. For instance.. almost 20% of people visiting my site use Deutsche Telekom as their ISP.. but that's a .net domain rather than .de. So, assuming that thanks to windows defaults and auto-time set in the most recent windows versions I think timezones give a pretty accurate representation of where people are from. Of course you cannot put them into specific contries but we can see that a majority of people comes from European countries.
Actually.. the bar for GMT+1 is rather low.. I've seen it up in the seventies already... sitemeter definitely does not average the numbers over time..
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just one question about the first graph ?

NT users are in 2000 or in unknown systems ?

( i suppose they are in 2k domain ; but who know ...)

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there's a separate class for NT users.. just been to the stats again and now I have 13% NT users.. the amount of W2K/NT systems as compared to more consumer oriented operating systems like XP and the rest is always higher during the day than at nighttime
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