November 2009 was yet another amazing month with 8,450 unique visitors.
That is over 265% growth from October. Since mid July, we will have close to 15,000 unique visitors and growing. In full disclosure, much of the November traffic happened due to someone submitting us to stumbleupon.com. Thank you whomever you are.
No matter how you found us, welcome. This blog is tracking the downfall of Microsoft. It started when Nick bet Beth Lynn $20 that Microsoft would still have majority market share in June 2011. Imagine turning on your computer and not seeing Windows, Internet Explorer or Microsoft Office. More than half of the computing population will do just that if Beth Lynn wins the bet. Civil discussion, even if you are on the Microsoft payroll, is encouraged here.
We use w3counter, an analytics service, to track what our readers are using. By doing so, whatwillweuse.com contributes to a 30,000+ website community which results in the the w3counter global market share report. Anybody can sign up. It is free as long as you have only one website which gets less than 5000 daily visitors. Even if you are already using a paid service, why not give w3counter a try? It is simple to setup too.
W3counter will give you all sorts of information on your visitors such as somebody found this site by typing “is MS Money 95 compatible ble with windows 7” into a search engine. Just in case that was a serious question, I will answer: Please give gnucash a try and report back. Gnucash is free accounting software that runs on
Linux, MacOSX, and Windows. Thanks!
First the whatwillweuse.com November 2009 browser report
Firefox 10,514 74%
Safari 1,132 8%
Mozilla 844 6%
Internet Explorer 555 4%
Identification Blocked 408 3%
Chrome 364 3%
Opera, Sea Monkey, iPhone, Rippers, Konqueror all had less than 1%
Now the whatwillweuse.com November 2009 operating system report
1 Linux 4,026 28%
2 Windows XP 3,456 24%
3 Mac OS X 2,459 17%
4 Windows Vista 2,008 14%
5 Windows 7 1,505 11%
6 Unknown 591 4%
Windows 2003, iPhone OSX, Windows 2000, Android, SunOS, and Palm all
had less than 1%