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Who Is Your Visitor? An Average Profile

You never really know who is going to visit your website next. You have no idea which configuration will be used, what browser will be installed, which screen resolution will be in use. However, since you'd like to comfort most of your web users, you need to know their habits and the profile of your average visitor — to adapt the design and layout to your users' needs.

Since only 50.4% maximise their browser windows, the screen resolution of 1024x768 doesn't necessarily mean that your users are browsing with 1024px wide screen through your website.

Only 50.4% maximise their browser windows
According to Roger Johansson's survey, only 50.4% of users maximise their browser windows.

Nothing is more valuable than the statistics you've collected with an analytics tool installed on your website; however particularly in the beginning of a new project it's nice to have some good idea of what kind of configuration your visitors will probably use.

In this post we'd like to present the results from recent studies of browser market share, used OS and preferred screen resolution worldwide. Please notice that this data is only an approximation; we've used a number of different sources to get the average numbers we present below. Besides, statistics always depends on the readership and the topic of your project.

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