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MicrosoftCorporation's web server. Would you believe that MS don't have a decent web site about it? You can read about it on

After changing from June 2002 to 2000 to reflect the graph, I noticed these numbers seem to be wrong. apache and iis go down instead of up. what are the correct dates and numbers?? -- JohnMcPherson, 12 Aug.
| Developer | June 2000 | Percent | July 2002 | Percent | Change |Apache |> 10964734|> 64.42 |> 10811987 |> 65.21 |> 0.79 |Microsoft|>4243719|>24.93|>4176048|> 25.19 |> 0.26 |iPlanet|>281681|>1.66|>214063|>1.29 |> -0.37 |Zeus|>227857|>1.34|>183921|>1.11 |> -0.23


Totals for Active Servers Across All Domains June 2000 - July 2002

iPlanet is the sum of sites running iPlanet-Enterprise, Netscape-Enterprise, Netscape-!FastTrack, Netscape-Commerce, Netscape-Communications, Netsite-Commerce & Netsite-Communications.

Microsoft is the sum of sites running Microsoft-Internet-Information-Server, Microsoft-IIS, Microsoft-IIS-W, Microsoft-PWS-95, & Microsoft-PWS.

IIS is evil. (Just ask the folks at BugTraq.) If you must serve webpages from a MicrosoftWindows machine, at least install Apache, the open source web leader, instead. 10 million internet users can't be wrong. (Source:

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