The question occasionally comes up: what web browsers do Stack Overflow users tend to use?
Here’s a quick look at our Analytics data from June 1st – August 19th.
Note that within Internet Explorer, the breakdown is 45% IE7, 29% IE8, and — this is depressing — 24% IE6. Which means that about 7% of our overall audience is still on creaky, broken, ancient old IE6. The Firefox breakdown is primarily 3.0 and 3.5, with a smattering of older versions.
As for the screen size of Stack Overflow users:
Those resolutions account for about 90% of the audience — those that report this data back to Analytics, anyway.
(Just as an aside, in case anyone was waiting for the podcast: as noted on last week’s episode, there will be no podcast recording this week.)