thecounter.com reports for the month of March 2003 that:
I would not trust these figures as i doubt that it includes every site on the internet. I have never used this service on any of my servers, sites and nor do i plan to in the future :P I stand by my original comment.
You should adjust your site to fit ALL resolutions however; if you have a more professional or a business site than you can expect to see more users with the 1024*768 browser resolution than compared to 800*600.
A few examples:
Its a business site HOWEVER it does get quite a few inexperienced internet users who are looking for hosting solutions. It is made to fit all resolutions that are greater than 640*480.
its a graphics, webdevelopment site and to be honest when i was developing it i didnt care if it fitted in the screens of the 800*600 resolution users. If you are in graphics/design and your using 800*600 then i pity you