"Microsoft's iron grip on the Web browser market has slipped
ever so slightly since the release of new products from rivals
Mozilla and Netscape Communications, Web researcher OneStat.com
For the month ended June 21, 95.3 percent of all Web surfers
used various versions of Microsoft's Internet Explorer browser to
access Web sites included in the survey. That's down 1.3 percent
from the previous month, Amsterdam-based OneStat said.
Netscape 7.0 was used by 0.3 percent of the sample. Released by
AOL Time Warner division Netscape last month, it helped push the
browser's overall showing to 3.4 percent, a gain of 0.6
Mozilla 1.0, released two weeks ago as the first public version
of the Netscape-inspired open-source browser, was used by 0.4
percent of the sample..."
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