Germany's 'Der Spiegel' Magazine Records Increase in Use of Mozilla and Netscape

Sunday August 24th, 2003

According to Germany's Der Spiegel magazine, Mozilla's usage share may be rising (rough English translation courtesy of AltaVista's Babel Fish). In an article about the latest set of Internet Explorer security flaws, the German newsweekly reports that out of 125 million accesses to their website, 15.1% came from users of Mozilla and Netscape, a notable increase since the releases of Mozilla 1.4 and Netscape 7.1. Meanwhile, Internet Explorer usage appears to have declined, with the browser from Redmond now accounting for 83.8% of page requests. Thanks to albano, Julian and Carl Watling for the news.

#2 Maybe this is true in Germany...

by adipose

Monday August 25th, 2003 1:09 AM

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At the company I work for (U.S.), we get 96% of our hits from Internet Explorer. This might be because we have a corporate website, and most people use IE at work. I don't think one website's usage should be used to authoratatively determine the usage of Moz.

If their stats are right, however, it's great! Hopefully most of the moz. users are using Firebird. ;)