Mozilla's Global Usage Share Now at 1.6 Percent
Sunday July 27th, 2003
thelem writes: "OneStat.com have released their latest browser usage data. It's as expected, IE6 has made big gains at the expense of IE5, Netscape 4 has made losses and Mozilla and Safari have made gains." thelem adds that IE now has a global usage share of 95.4% (up 0.1 percentage points since February), Mozilla 1.6% (up 0.4 percentage points), Netscape Navigator 4.x 0.6% (down 0.4 percentage points), Opera 6.0 0.6% (down 0.1 percentage points) and Safari 0.25% (up 0.14 percentage points). "These figures show similar trends to those being reported by thecounter.com, although thecounter.com puts mozilla usage at around 2.2%."
#21 adoption is definately picking up
Monday July 28th, 2003 4:19 AM
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I just checked the statistics for my own site and I was pleased to see that mozilla + opera account for nearly 35% now. That is a large change and must be something of the last few months. I don't check my statistics that often. It used to be something less than 5%. Obviously I'm in an environment (university) where people are more likely to pick up Mozilla so it is by no means representative for the whole community. However this does mean I will be a bit more aggressive in using stuff that doesn't work properly in IE. I saw asa using some pretty nifty rounded borders for instance and I most definately am fed up with being unable to use position: fixed, png alpha channel, etc.