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Following a tweet from Tableau Zen Master Jen Underwood about Chrome being the most popular browser, Andy Cotgreave decided to check out whether this was true for www.tableau.com
Here's a snapshot - you can view an interactive version on his GravyAnecdote.com blog post:
Andy used the Google Analytics connector to analyse website traffic to www.tableau.com
Whitepaper: 5 tips to get more from Google Analytics
nowdays google chrome has been most popular and really fullfill to use it.
videotrainingpro.com works on all browsers.
thats to proof that the percentage is highest than the others