"July 2004--Internet Explorer has held more than 95 percent of
the browser market since June 2002. Over the last month, however,
its market share has slowly dropped from 95.73 percent on June 4 to
94.73 percent on July 6.A loss of 1 percent of the market may not
mean much to Microsoft, but it translates into a large growth,
proportionately, in the number of users running Mozilla and
Netscape-based browsers. Mozilla and Netscape's combined market
share has increased by 26 percent, rising from 3.21 percent of the
market in June to 4.05 percent in July.--PC World, Mozilla Gains on
"June 2008--Firefox 3 is almost here. The latest version is now
at release candidate two and, in a word, it's great..."
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