The Register: Firefox Gains Ground on IE
Nov 04, 2005, 16:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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"More than one out of 10 surfers use Firefox as a browser,
according to a study by web analytics firm OneStat.com. Although
Mozilla-based browsers have a total global usage share of 11.51
percent--an increase of 2.82 per cent since April 2005--Microsoft's
Internet Explorer still dominates the global browser market with a
global share of 85.45 per cent. Its share has slipped 1.18 per cent
from the end of April.
"For some unexplained reason, Mozilla's browsers are more
popular in the USA (14.07 per cent use Firefox) and Canada (16.98
per cent) than in the UK (4.94 per cent), according to OneStat.com.
Its figures come from a survey of two million visitors to sites
Web sites is used to detect which browser a surfer is using..."