Microsoft Servers to top apache by early winter

The latest web server stats are in, and Microsoft's market share grew two percent, while Apache's declined two percent more. At this rate, Microsoft might be number one by the middle of December. Just two years ago, Apache had a lead over 60%, now it's going to drop to second place. Amazing. I still find […]

The latest web server stats are in, and Microsoft’s market share grew two percent, while Apache’s declined two percent more. At this rate, Microsoft might be number one by the middle of December. Just two years ago, Apache had a lead over 60%, now it’s going to drop to second place. Amazing. I still find it amazing that Google’s servers (just the ones the company uses to run its own websites) have managed to grab third place.

View: Market Share for Top Servers Across All Domains August 1995 - October 2007

Microsoft, Web Server, Webserver, IIS, Apache

Source:? InsideMicrosoft

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