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Java-support Statistics

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In this page we have presented Java-support statistics graphically. This will help you to understand the percentage of usage of Java-support (enabled in browsers). Data is collected from Google Analytics used on w3resource.com.

January 2014

The graphics above says that for January 2014, 84.41% visits came from Java Enabled systems. 15.59% visits were from Java not enabled.

December 2013

The graphics above says that for December 2013, 84.41% visits came from Java Enabled systems. 15.59% visits were from Java not enabled.

November 2013

The graphics above says that for November 2013, 84.41% visits came from Java Enabled systems. 15.59% visits were from Java not enabled.

October 2013

The graphics above says that for October 2013, 84.41% visits came from Java Enabled systems. 15.59% visits were from Java not enabled.

September 2013

The graphics above says that for September 2013, 83.56% visits came from Java Enabled systems. 16.44% visits were from Java not enabled.

August 2013

The graphics above says that for August 2013, 83.45% visits came from Java Enabled systems. 16.55% visits were from Java not enabled.

July 2013

The graphics above says that for July 2013, 82.78% visits came from Java Enabled systems. 17.22% visits were from Java not enabled.

June 2013

The graphics above says that for June 2013, 82.85% visits came from Java Enabled systems. 17.15% visits were from Java not enabled.

May 2013

The graphics above says that for May 2013, 82.90% visits came from Java Enabled systems. 17.10% visits were from Java not enabled.

April 2013

The graphics above shows that for April 2013, 82.40% users have Java Support available in their browsers and 17.60% don't.

March 2013

The graphics above shows that for March 2013, 81.13% users have Java Support available in their browsers and 18.87% don't.

February 2013

The graphics above shows that for February 2013, 79.71% users have Java Support available in their browsers and 20.29% don't.



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