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seems quiet morning shows, so let’s take the opportunity to show you something that regular readers of MuyLinux you like to see, is that there are many times we have asked, especially, when we published a survey of the delicate MuyLinux statistics .
Nor will we all realize, of course, would be a little arrogant and even boring. Better than that, we will give short answer questions like from which countries you visit us more , what is the most used browser or which operating system is the dominant (anyone doubts this last? should).
I have to tell you that, personally, I do not trust statistics hundred per cent, much less, but at the same time are the most reliable source, almost alone, we have for these things. For example, the statistics for a given week may differ significantly with the month. For this occasion, as we found in Ecuador of the year, the statistics that we offer below comprise of January 1, 2013 to June 30, 2013 . The 10 countries that visit us are:
- Spain 39.46%
- Mexico 14.37%
- Argentina 9.81%
- Colombia 6.58%
- Chile 5.03%
- Venezuela 3.75%
- Peru 2.97%
- ??? 2.58%
- Ecuador 1.97%
- United States 1.51%
curiosity without getting too much into this, the cities with the largest on these pages are, in this order, Madrid, Barcelona, Mexico, Buenos Aires, Santiago de Chile, Bogota, Valencia and Caracas.
web browsers , here no any list, because the cake is eaten between two Firefox, with 45.52% and Chrome / Chromium, a 40.14% . Far below are the remains, with Internet Explorer (5.32%), Safari (3.44%), the Android Browser (3.21%), Opera (2.64%) and Opera Mini (1.24% ).
As you have observed in the previous statistical entered the mobile web browsers. The same applies to the operating system statistics, although it is differentiation. We begin, then, with the list of mobile operating systems , which left almost entirely by the curious thing about the data:
Firefox OS: 0.03%
Now more substantial data in full, the operating system :
3.05% Mac OS X
And so it goes. Surprised?? I will not deny me the figure itself surprised me a little, but I take a good: the reasons why we can go from Windows are many-work, without going any further, but what matters is that the interest for Linux is there. In addition, remember that we measured a specific time period, the first half of 2013, and that you visit us in many more places, but not represented in these statistics out. You are tod @ s @ s Shower, of course! Greetings to everyone @ s!