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Finally firefox is gaining some ground on IE Laughing out loud
http://www.infoworld.com/article/04/07/12/HNielosesshare_1.html

Ok so it's only 1% but at least its a start.

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IE usage down

Thats a news story to brighten ones day Laughing out loud Laughing out loud
I'll take 1%, slowly but surely the word spreads. 200,00 downloads a day of FF, IE need to start feeling worried

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IE usage down

Having to use Linux at work is showing me how nice Mozilla is... popup blockers and just one window for all your pages (tabs! lovely) the nicest features.

However I still think more than half of internet users wouldn't know how to install new software, so IE wins straight away.

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IE usage down

And with the recent corporate recommendation to hunt alternatives to IE (due to the security issues... can't remember source), hopefully things are looking up.

However, I can see MS plugging many security issues with XP SP2, which many may be holding out for. And, they are not likely to do any standards/CSS updating in that are they?

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