China Internet Browser Market Share for Aug 2012

In Aug 2012, Internet Explorer still had over 50% market share though the market share of IE6 dropped to 20.83% from 21.37% in July.

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Is there a break down of which versions of IE are being used?

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  1. […] Stick your head in the sand about it if you want, but 50% of Chinese internet users are still on Windows XP, with Windows 7 coming in second at around 33%. Only slightly over 1% of the country is running iOS. When Microsoft dropped support for XP, there was a whole lot of freaking out over here . And you wonder why China is scrambling to develop their own operating system. However, just because people are running XP it does not mean they’re browsing via IE6 (though 20% of users were still using that dinosaur in August 2012—ouch). […]

  2. […] Stick your head in the sand about it if you want, but 50% of Chinese internet users are still on Windows XP, with Windows 7 coming in second at around 33%. Only slightly over 1% of the country is running iOS. When Microsoft dropped support for XP, there was a whole lot of freaking out over here . And you wonder why China is scrambling to develop their own operating system. However, just because people are running XP it does not mean they’re browsing via IE6 (though 20% of users were still using that dinosaur in August 2012—ouch). […]

  3. […] Stick your head in the sand about it if you want, but 50% of Chinese internet users are still on Windows XP, with Windows 7 coming in second at around 33%. Only slightly over 1% of the country is running iOS. When Microsoft dropped support for XP, there was a whole lot of freaking out over here . And you wonder why China is scrambling to develop their own operating system. However, just because people are running XP it does not mean they’re browsing via IE6 (though 20% of users were still using that dinosaur in August 2012—ouch). […]