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Operating Systems
  Operating System Hits % Bytes % Visitors Pages Errors
1 Windows 2000
33,905    31.8%
95.1MB    29.6%
885 2,230 0
2 Windows XP
28,440    26.7%
81.1MB    25.3%
1,166 1,921 0
3 Windows 98
18,127    17.0%
53.4MB    16.7%
787 1,234 0
4 Windows Me
6,347    5.96%
18.5MB    5.78%
357 428 0
5 Windows NT
5,605    5.26%
19.1MB    5.94%
204 614 0
6 Mac OS
5,132    4.82%
14.9MB    4.65%
202 325 0
7 Unknown
2,918    2.74%
19.7MB    6.15%
614 1,321 0
8 Mac OS X
1,808    1.70%
5.8MB    1.82%
47 133 0
9 Windows 95
1,784    1.67%
4.8MB    1.50%
113 107 0
10 Windows 3.1
1,353    1.27%
3.9MB    1.23%
46 90 0
11 Linux
822    <1%
3.4MB    1.06%
68 153 0
12 SunOS
244    <1%
815.0kB    <1%
10 20 0
13 HP-UX
35    <1%
98.7kB    <1%
1 1 0
  Average
8,193    7.69%
24.7MB    7.69%
346 659 0
13 Totals
106,520    100%
320.8MB    100%
4,500 8,577 0
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Help Card: Operating Systems
Report Overview This report shows the operating systems (and version number, where applicable) being used by site visitors to make hits to your site. Use this information to ensure that your site content is viewable by visitors on all operating systems. Additionally, different operating systems tend to represent different types of visitors, which should be taken into consideration when planning future site content.

Graph Description Vertical axis: Operating System.
Name of the operating system being analyzed.

Horizontal axis: Hits (default sorting).
Hits that were made by a visitor using the corresponding operating system. Changing the sorting options in Settings > Statistics will alter the horizontal axis to the new sort method. This report can be sorted/graphed by hits, bytes, visitors, pages or errors.

Red lines (if present):
HTTP errors (Page not found, server error, etc)

Table Description Operating System:
Name of the operating system being analyzed, along with its version number where applicable.

Hits (%):
Number of hits to the site by visitors using the corresponding operating system. (Percentage as a proportion of hits from all operating systems.)

Bytes (%):
Raw bytes transferred as a result of hits to the site by visitors using the corresponding operating system. (Percentage as a proportion of bytes transferred from all operating systems.)

Visitors:
Number of site visitors who used the corresponding operating system. This figure includes repeat visitors, so the total amount may appear higher than expected.

Pages:
Number of pages viewed using the corresponding operating system.

Errors:
Number of server errors generated as a result of hits to the site by visitors using the corresponding operating system.
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