The fight of browsers!
FIREFOX AGAINST INTERNET EXPLORER
A resent report of the company for statistics and analysis of
internet, the One stat, reports that the free browser Firefox
has gained ground in relation with the rest. In specific, the
users of Internet that use it, have increased up to 3%, from
the April of 2005.
Firefox, internationally, has conquered a share of the market
in the 11%, while the main until now browser the internet explorer
sees its share to wane to the 84%.
These results have come from the process of reports for 2 millions
users from all over the world and the strange is that agree absolutely
with the statistics of fotoart.gr, where its visitors had the
same percentages from the two competitive browsers, for the October
In USA and Canada, the firefox is more popular and is used by
the 14% of the users while the Internet explorer is the preference
of the 80%. Especially in Canada, the Internet explorer falls
into the 78%. But it resists in Great Britain and keeps a share
of 93%, while firefox has only the 5%.
The international tendency though, is almost all the users of
Netscape to prefer the change into forefox and slowly more users
of Internet explorer too.
The numbers are also revealing for the other browsers, which
are close to 1% (Opera, Mozilla, Netscape), with the Safari of
Apple to be in front with the 1,5 %, while there is a tendency,
small but also indicative, for the increase of the use of Internet
through mobile phones and small portable devises.
support the idea of the internet being free for everyone
and at high speed. The cost can thus be covered by the
countries and companies active within its trading sector.