IE Share Slips Under 70%; Firefox Surges Past 20%
Dec 03, 2008, 14:33 (1 Talkback[s])
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"IE slipped to a 69.8% share, down from October's 71.3% and off
7.6 percentage points in the past year.
"Rival browsers from Mozilla Corp., Apple Inc. and Google Inc.,
meanwhile, cashed in on IE's slide and posted gains for the month,
according to Net Applications' data, which is culled from visitors
to the thousands of Web sites the company monitors for clients.
"Mozilla's Firefox, which briefly popped above the 20% share bar
during October, solidified that surge in November to end the month
at 20.8%, an increase of 0.8 percentage points, the largest
one-month increase since March 2007."
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