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Firefox seeing record number of users in Europe


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XiTiMonitor, a French web metrics firm, has reported that Firefox's popularity as a web browser in Europe is growing.

The open-source alternative's user numbers are so high that Internet Explorer is in danger of losing its market share lead in some countries.

http://uk.news.yahoo...er-57dbc65.html
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go firefox!
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It's not surprising, really, is it.
Firefox is a great piece of software and although it tends to crash and close a lot for me, it still stands strong against IE.
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To me reliablity stands far ahead of performance and lately the crashes are becoming increasingly annoying, though many seem to be fixed with their most recent patch. I'm really surprised FF is anywhere near IE in terms of users anywhere in the world. I think I need to personally reinstall FF because of the recent issues I have been having as of late.
James

Edited by james_8970, 25 July 2007 - 08:28 PM.

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