Google Labs has created and launched a new tool called Browser Size. This tool will help you understand how everyone sees your website.
Browser Size is based on a sample of data from visitors to google.com. Special code collects data on the height and width of the browser for a sample of users. For a given point in the browser, the tool will tell you what percentage of users can see it.
For example, if an important button is in the 80% region it means that 20% of users have to scroll in order to see it.
If you’re a web designer, you can use Browser Size to redesign your page to minimize scrolling and make sure that the important parts of the page are always prominent to your audience. We hope people will use this tool to make their websites better, in turn making the web better for everyone.
I’m sure this will interest the bloggers & the webmasters.
More at Google Blogs | Visit Browser Size.