The Register: Will Netline Open-Xchange be the Next Firefox?
Apr 05, 2005, 02:30 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Martin Langham)
"The open source community has been a great new source of
innovative and high quality products and these are now starting to
achieve success above the operating system level. According to the
Mozilla Foundation, their browser, Firefox, has been downloaded 25
million times since it was released a few months ago. I can confirm
that Firefox works fast and well, but some of its success must be
due to the weakened position of its main opposition, Internet
Explorer. Microsoft's browser is badly overdue for an upgrade; an
upgrade that was derailed by Microsoft's commitments to improving
the security of its software and developing Longhorn..."
Tonight Live: Is Longhorn The Windows of Opportunity for Open
Source?(Aug 31, 2004)