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IT-Analysis: Is Firefox Already the Dominant Browser?

Jun 08, 2005, 01:00 (9 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Robin Bloor)

"Go to www.boingboing.net and take a look at the monthly stats. They change all the time (as they are updated regularly) and when I last looked they showed 38% of visitors to the BoingBoing web site were Firefox users, 34.9% Internet Explorer users and 10% Safari users (Safari is Apple's browser). So is this telling us that Firefox has already become the dominant browser?

"Well, probably not--but it is certainly dominant among visitors to BoingBoing and there is nothing that I can detect about the site that would give a statistical twist in favour of one browser rather than another. However, other sites tell a different story..."

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