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mta I find those stats a bit 'unusual'

 

I'm glad they added the paragraph titled 'Statistics Can Be Misleading' underneath.

 

I don't feel that is a true representation of different browser usage across ordinary users.

 

Different page... different stats. So many factors can influence the results..user agent spoofing..even what av you use (they can mask it)

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Usage_share_of_web_browsers

 

I think a lot of ordinary users end up with Chrome because it is marketed/wrapped so aggressively.

 

Anyway it's only taken the Opera devs loads of builds and time to realise they should never have removed bookmarks in the first place :lol:

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Anyway it's only taken the Opera devs loads of builds and time to realise they should never have removed bookmarks in the first place :lol:

 

Dare I add they should not have changed engines in the first place too.

 

As to the W3 stats, they seem to reflect what I see from day to day.  That is, the vast majority use Chrome, the rest use Firefox and a reducing number use IE.  They (W3) have been collecting them for a while, although they don't mention from where or how, but I think the underlying trend the values highlight is believable.

 

Opera was the browser I ditched when I went to Firefox, I think I will reacquaint myself with it again.

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