Most popular OS and browsers on MyBroadband

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

January 14, 2013
Internet Browsers

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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