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Thursday, 31 January 2008 12:03

Firefox has 28 percent of market

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In E.U., at least


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from the French Web survey company, XiTi Monitor, indicate that Firefox use in Europe has swelled to more than 28 percent.

XiTi said that Firefox market share hit a plateau and hovered around 27.7 percent between June and September and is now 28 percent. Finland currently has the highest Firefox market share in Europe with 45.4 percent, followed by Slovenia with 44.6 percent and Poland with 42.4 percent.

Most of the gains have been made at the expense of Internet Explorer, which has 66.1 percent of the market. Apple's Safari only controls two percent.
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