It’s been less than 24 hours since OS X Mavericks launched in the Mac App Store, and the free OS X upgrade has already grabbed over 7% of all Mac web traffic.
…roughly 7% of Mac traffic is already coming from machines upgraded to the new operating system, according to a live tracker hosted by analytics firm GoSquared. The tracker shows adoption sitting at around 0.5-0.7% yesterday until beginning its upward march upon the public release.
OS X Mountain Lion currently still holds the lead with just over 44% of Mac web traffic, with the remainder of traffic split almost evenly between OS X Lion, and OS X Snow Leopard.
Data for last years OS X Mountain Lion release from Chitika saw that OS with 3% of Mac traffic as of 48 hours of its launch. Of course analytics data from two different sources can be difficult to compare, so we’ll keep an eye out from any data that might be forthcoming from Chitika.
GoSquared says it currently provides analytics for over 40,000 sites, allowing it to monitor billions of page views per month.
Mac users can upgrade their OS X installations to Mavericks free via the Mac App Store. [DIRECT LINK]