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Friday, 13th November 2009

25% of Web Users Around the Globe are Browsing With Firefox

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Firefox reached the 25% milestone on Sunday, said Vince Vizzaccaro, executive vice president of California-based Net Applications, which measures browser usage by tracking the machines that visit the 40,000 sites it monitors for clients.

"We always thought that Firefox would be in a great position to compete with Microsoft's Internet Explorer if it made 10%," Vizzaccaro said today. "Now one in four people globally are browsing the Internet with Firefox."

Mozilla passed the 10% market share mark in March 2006, said Vizzaccaro.

Much More in the Complete Article

See Also: News Release About Firefox Reaching the 25% Mark (via Net Applications)

Source: Computerworld


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