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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Usage_share_of_web_browsers This page list the best and most reliable source of information on the market share of browser. Pretty much everything that people will answer is listed there. Here's the list : W3Counter : http://www.w3counter.com/globalstats.php Net Applications : ...


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A lot of great resources listed in the answers so far, great question. To me, the only reliable source of data you should look at for browser usage, and thus, what you need make sure you're supporting well, is your own site. Keep an eye on those breakdowns and you'll have a sense of your actual audience. If you get spikes in traffic because of news or ...


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For browser that are considered "current" (most recent release of a browser that is still actively supported), we try to ensure that our sites always work. We do not, however, test in browsers that have less than 10% of our traffic (in practice this means testing in latest versions of IE, Firefox and Chrome, we've recently also started testing in Safari on ...


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I think this site is about the best you will get http://gs.statcounter.com/. It is updated at least once a week It allows you to choose country or region It lets you look at mobile or desktop and browser version And it shows you the data over time so you can see trends and changes in usage Getting data tied directly to usage by age group and area of ...


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What I've always thought was that you need to take in to account your target audience. If your users still use IE6, then you can't freeze these guys out. As sad as it is, IE6 is still there and still being used. One thing you can do (and this is something Opera do on their websites), is you could display a message if the website is being viewed in IE6, ...



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