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Tuesday, 17 April 2007 20:49

Firefox getting close to 25% mark in Europe

Written by Samuel Simon

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XiTi new report for April


It seems open source browser Mozilla Firefox is getting more and more popular in Europe. Firefox has gained  5 points since April 2006. Top five countries in Europe are: Slovenia with 44.5% up 4+  points, Finland 41.3% up 2+  points, Croatia 32.8% up 3.7+ points, Germany 33.0%  up 3.1+ points and Slovakia with 32.8% 2.5+ points.

Globally Oceania is still leading with 24.8% followed by Europe 24.1% and North America with 15.1%. It seems that the release of Microsoft's Internet Explorer 7 didn't stop Mozilla Firefox to get an even bigger portion of the market.

The detailed report can be found on XiTi's page and the latest version of Mozilla Firefox is here. You can help spreading Firefox on this page.

Last modified on Wednesday, 18 April 2007 07:03

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