IE6 Still Broadly Used In Japan

Samurai Factory reports that usage of IE6 still heavy amongst Japanese users of their Ninja Access Analytics service
Aug. 12, 2009 - PRLog -- In conjunction with the increasing international movement to put an end to usage of Internet Explorer 6, Japanese web analytics company Samurai Factory announced that 24.3% of all unique accesses tabulated by their Ninja Access Analytics service in Japan in July were made on IE6. Trailing only Internet Explorer 7 (43.0%), IE6 ranked in at #2 amongst all browsers used in Japan. The results were tallied from a total of 537 million unique accesses made in the month of July.

Browser share (Japan)
Internet Explorer 7       43.03%
Internet Explorer 6       24.32%
Firefox 3                         11.14%
Internet Explorer 8          8.29%
Sleipnir                             3.90%
Safari                                3.43%
Opera                               1.69%
Chrome                           1.10%

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About Samurai Factory: the leading Japanese provider of web analytics services, including their international Ninjalyzer ( service. They also produce the Ninja series of free web services and online chatting service Manga Chat.
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