May28th2018 said:
DCMonkey said:
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http://gs.statcounter.com/#browser_version-US-daily-20080701-20090705

I can't wait for the day when we don't have to support IE at all any more. There is no bigger waste of time.

I don't think it is going to happen in your lifetime, though. I hope you believe in reincarnation.

Once again, you seem to keep ignoring the fact that you need to add IE6 + IE7 + IE8 in those graphs.  It looks "good" when you put on blinders and only look at IE7 by itself in that graph, while showing all FF versions together.  Not sure why the graph shows it like that. Is there only one version of FF?  I guess it makes anti-MS fanboys happy.

Interestingly enough, when you switch to OS share on that same site, once again it gives Win 2000, XP and Vista (Win7?) each in it's own curve, yet shows OS X as one version.  I guess there is only one version of OS X then. Weird. Or maybe putting all MS OSes into the same curve will be too painful for anti-MS fanboys? Not sure.

http://gs.statcounter.com/#os-ww-daily-20080701-20090705

BTW, what is that RED thing flat-lining at the bottom?