Detect compatibility issues

These charts show the sessions per user per each platform feature. "Sessions per user" is the number of application runs per installation. A low number in a specific platform configuration might be a sign of an incompatibility with that platform configuration.

Tracked applications

Date range: 
Last 30 days
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Usage per operating system version

Date range: 
Last 30 days
Number of runs per active installation (sessions per user) and number of active installations (users).
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The number of runs per installation should be much higher than the number of installations. If for a specific operating system version you have a small number of runs per installation, that might indicate an incompatibility of your application with that specific OS version. Normally, your software should work the same under all OS versions and the number of runs per installation should not fluncuatate with the OS version.
Please note: OS version reporting is offered only by SoftMeter PRO.

Usage per preferred user language

Date range: 
Last 30 days
Number of runs per active installation (sessions per user) and number of active installations (users).
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If for a specific user language you have a small number of runs per installation, that might indicate an incompatibility of your application with that regional settings. Normally, your software should work the same under all regional settings and the number of runs per installation should not fluctuate.
Please note: Language reporting is offered only by SoftMeter PRO.

Usage per country

Date range: 
Last 30 days
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