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Mozilla's browsers global usage share is 8.69 percent according to OneStat.com
Amsterdam - April 27 2005 - OneStat.com ( www.onestat.com ), the number one provider of real-time web analytics, today reported that Mozilla's browsers have a total global usage share of 8.69 percent. The total usage share of Mozilla increased 0.24 percent since February 2005. Microsoft's Internet Explorer still dominates the global browser market with a global usage share of 86,63 percent which is 0.65 percent less as at the end of February.
"It seems that the rapidly growth of the global usage share of Mozilla's Firefox is slowing down at the moment. It looks like that browser users of Internet Explorer for Apple's Mac are switching to Safari because the global usage share is still growing" said Niels Brinkman, co-founder of OneStat.com.
The most popular browsers on the web are:
|1. Microsoft IE||86.63 %|
|2. Mozilla Firefox||8.69 %|
|3. Apple Safari||1.26 %|
|4. Opera||1.03 %|
|5. Netscape||1.08 %|
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Methodology: A global usage share of xx percent for browser Y means that xx percent of the visitors of Internet users arrived at sites that are using one of OneStat.com's services by using browser Y. All numbers mentioned in the research are averages of last week and all measurements are normalised to the GMT timezone. Research is based on a sample of 2 million visitors divided into 20,000 visitors of 100 countries each day.