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If you don't know Umbraco, here are some numbers behind the world's friendliest CMS
One of the biggest benefits of using Umbraco is that the community is incredibly pro-active, extremely friendly and helpful.
Chances are that if you get an idea for something you would like to build in Umbraco, someone has already built it. So it is very likely that you can get good and friendly advice from someone from the Umbraco community on Our - just ask.
Number of active installs401.858
Number of active members in the community220.022
Known free Umbraco packages available320
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