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Screen Resolution Usage

This report displays the usage percentages for the most commonly used screen resolutions. This information is critical for web designers to ensure that their layouts comply with hte vast majority of the intended audience. Compliance is typically thought of as the absence of horizontal scrollbars, but should also be thought of as including placement of critical components and the need to scroll to view them. We only list monior resolutions that have amassed at least 0.5% of the market share during the selected time period.
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Apr '14 - Jun '14 monthly 3D Column All Browsers All Operating Systems All Search Engines All Connections

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