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http://www.eweek.com/article2/0,1759,1646583,00.asp

So, IE users are down still further from the previous drop to 96% last time round.

Can we get an IE-ometer or something? Tongue

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93.7% and falling...

Hi co2,
That's a great idea Laughing out loud

Here are some other sites trying to encourage the use of other browsers
http://browsehappy.com/

This one has a firefox download count, http://spreadfirefox.com/community/

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93.7% and falling...

Ah, BrowserHappy... this is the WaSP initiative isn't it. Nice.

Wonder what percentage mark IE has to fall to before MS make the decision to upgrade? Unfortunately, the swing is to security issues now, rather than standards ones. So, I could see them fixing security (if they haven't done so already with the SP release), and not bothering with improving the rest. Sad

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