Sunday, October 7, 2007

Firefox increases market share - Internet Explorer released to all Windows users

According the the analytics we monitor for numerous websites, the Firefox browser has increased market share yet again, to a little over 8 per cent in September.

Not to be outdone by Linux or Firefox, Microsoft posted a new release of Internet Explorer 7 late last week, removing the 'validation requirement' thereby making it available to tens of thousands of users that for 'one reason or another 'were unable to load it previously. Microsoft also announced that IE7 will be introduced automatically to computers via Windows Update over the next few months.

Apple remains in the game with about 2.5 % for their browser Safari, after release of their Beta 3 for Windows.

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