Mozilla 1.0 has a 0.4 Percent Usage Share — OneStat.com
Monday June 24th, 2002
ZDNet is reporting that Mozilla 1.0 has gained a 0.4 percent usage share since its launch on June 5th. Citing research from OneStat.com, the article notes that Internet Explorer 6's market share grew to 46.4 percent during the month ending June 21st, despite the fact that IE's overall share went down slightly. The Mozilla-based Netscape 7.0 Preview Release 1 has a 0.3 percent share.
#34 Re: Re: Not really
Tuesday June 25th, 2002 6:07 PM
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Windows Update does allow you to just grab patches rather than upgrading wholesale to the newest browser release, which is what I do on our Windows servers to avoid unnecessary problems. Besides getting people up to the new version is a good thing - better standards compliance (be it additional support or eliminating CSS bugs) and is more likely to keep the customer using the browser because it'll presumably work better.
Mozilla does it to with the version detection on the default moz.org webpage, but NS branded releases should prompt to upgrade like IE for the reasons stated above.