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Topic # 99631 23-Mar-2012 12:26 Send private message

Thought it might be good to present the data in a different way, especially the Business Time (conchord nod) data. You could also possibly call this an infographic, I know how Freitasm loves them... ;)



As you can see some of the skyscrapers are red others are gray. Interesting that the biggest jump is for Safari, part of me thinks this is distorted by idevices.

We are certainly in the IE camp at work, smoking along at version 7...

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  Reply # 599051 23-Mar-2012 12:40 Send private message

Just to clarify folks, the OP is talking about my post on State of Browsers on Geekzone March 2012. There are more charts there - also added a new one showing the different Internet Explorer versions.




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  Reply # 606009 6-Apr-2012 10:01 Send private message

Distorted? 

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  Reply # 606010 6-Apr-2012 10:02 Send private message

A bit more specific than a one word comment please?




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