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Google Chrome: Two Months Later

November 11, 2008 21:13 PST

Posted by Andrew

Google released Chrome on September 2, 2008. I just noticed that today is November 11 :-) , Google’s Chrome Browser was two months old. My blog was online on September 11, to this day exactly two months as a whole. I checked the access reports of my site and found some very interesting data.

Report for Date November 2008: Top Browsers

Users who visit my site, Google Chrome has reached 48.6%! Internet Explorer 7.x: 25%, Firefox: 12,73%, Internet Explorer 6.x: 4.15%, Opera: 1.56%. Internet Explorer 8.x: 0.48%

1Google Chrome48.60%
2Internet Explorer 7.x25.26%
3Firefox 12.73%
4Internet Explorer 6.x4.15%
6Internet Explorer 5.x1.20%
8Internet Explorer 8.x0.48%
9CFNetwork/4.0 0.44%

Top browsers

Report for Date November 2008: Top Platforms

1Windows XP50.00%
2Windows 200321.79%
3Windows Vista18.72%
4Windows 20002.01%
5Mac OS1.13%
6Linux Ubuntu0.68%
8Windows NT0.21%
9Windows 980.08%
10Windows CE0.05

Top Platforms

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#1  posted on November 12, 2008 01:51 PST
I think your high % is because your site is all about Chrome and most users of your site are chrome fans ;)

It might not be the case for other sites.
replied on November 12, 2008 02:26 PST:
Yes, you are right. :-)

#2  posted on November 12, 2008 02:14 PST
Well, that's awesome but Sophie makes sense.

Anyway, I just want to ask this since I don't know how to send a message to the developers.

I really liked Google Chrome. All the features and some li'l eye candies... Well, I just wanted to ask if I can actually choose where to install Chrome. It kinda goes directly to my Drive C and my don't have a lotta space - don't wanna advertise but I'm using an Asus Eee PC 4G. So I need to learn how to install it on a different drive or is it even possible?!

Please send me a reply... There's my e-mail and my website...

Thanks in advance...

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