Most popular OS and browsers on MyBroadband

MyBroadband’s latest website analytics reveal which operating systems its visitors use the most

By - January 14, 2013 Share on LinkedIn
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MyBroadband’s latest website analytics revealed that Windows is used by the majority of visitors, followed by Apple’s iOS and Macintosh platforms.

Mobile platforms other than iOS – including Android and BlackBerry – also accounted for a fair number of visitors on MyBroadband.

The most used operating system of MyBroadband’s 1.2 million unique monthly visitors are:

  1. Windows – 75.04%
  2. iOS – 7.31%
  3. Macintosh – 6.55%
  4. Android – 3.90%
  5. BlackBerry – 2.63%
  6. Linux – 2.49%

Other operating systems – including SymbianOS, Windows Phone, Nokia, and FreeBSD – accounted for less than 1% of visitors.

Most popular Internet browser

Chrome has overtaken Internet Explorer as the most popular Internet browser used to access MyBroadband, as shown in the list below. Firefox is a close third.

  1. Chrome – 34.91%
  2. Internet Explorer – 24.57%
  3. Firefox – 21.17%
  4. Safari – 10.73%
  5. Opera Mini – 2.71%
  6. Android Browser – 2.14%
  7. Opera – 1.44%

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