Infographic: A History of Browser Usage WorldwideInfographic: A History of Browser Usage Worldwide

Her er en informativ grafikk som viser historien til nettleser bruk, deres globalt bruk, sin markedsandel, og så videre. Så mange interessante fakta om nettlesere – pass og bla nedover for å lese alt! Du vet, nettlesere en gang tok opp så mye av en PCS ressurser at de ofte måtte være den eneste åpne. Det er bare som PC hardware har fanget opp til de krevende grafiske behovene i din hverdag nettleser som de har blitt bare et annet program.

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  • Anonym

    Not sure that Tunisian Internet users mostly use Google chrome !

  • Nico

    thanks for the graphic.

  • http://portenkirchner.net/ Georg Portenkirchner

    Missing the mention of the Mosaik Browser!

  • https://plus.google.com/109995045276761171393/posts Silvan

    Wonderful Infographic! Just one suggestion: It would be wonderful, if you could add Mosaic

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

    which was kind of a revolution in the www and popularizing it! And it was father of other browsers and gave much inspirations for the creation of Netscape 3

  • http://aitiachica.tumblr.com jic

    what about mosaic?

  • John L

    I think a thing to note here is that IE and Safari are forced upon us and most Chrome installations are by accident as numerous pieces of essential free software bundle it in their packages that most people fail to notice and untick the selection. Firefox and Opera are downloaded by people who want to use them. I am not sure if this information is numbers of installations or numbers of actual users as I suspect actual users would differ quite a bit from this judging by the amount of computers I remove Chrome from who’s owners have no idea how it got there. Nice piece of work regardless.

  • yt ko

    Nice overall presentation but with some omission and misleading information.
    * First box is titled UNIX — it’s not a browser. And penguin image represents Linux, not UNIX.
    * As others have mentioned, Mosaic is extremely important in the history of browser development
    * Unlike all other browsers, there is no “Internet Explorer is released” box on its own. Instead it’s in the browser war box. Another significant oversight considering IE is the most used browser today.
    * In 1996, it says navigator reaches 86% of market share but has an IE icon. Misleading.

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