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Browser information and statistics is important  for website developers.


Web Statistics

Stats W3Schools' famous month-by-month statistics and trends:
Browser Statistics What are the most common browsers?
OS Platform Statistics What are the most common operating systems?
Browser Display Statistics What are the most common display resolutions?



Browsers

Explorer Internet Explorer
Microsoft's Internet Explorer (IE) is one of the most popular browser today. IE was introduced in 1995 and passed Netscape in popularity in 1998.



Netscape Netscape
Netscape was the first commercial Internet browser. Netscape was introduced in 1994, but gradually lost its popularity to Internet Explorer. The development of Netscape officially ended in February 2008.



Mozilla Mozilla
The Mozilla Project has grown from the ashes of Netscape. Browsers based on Mozilla code is the largest browser family on the Internet today.



Firefox Firefox
Firefox is a browser from Mozilla. It was released in 2004 and has grown to be one of the most popular browser on the Internet.



Opera Opera
Opera is another Internet browser. Opera is known to be fast and small, standards-compliant, and available for many operating systems. Opera is the preferred browser for a number of small devices like mobile phones and hand-held computers.

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