Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 30th Jun 2009 15:56 UTC
Mozilla & Gecko clones As was anticipated, the boys and girls at Mozilla have released the final build of Firefox 3.5 today. Firefox 3.5 - originally supposed to be 3.1 - comes with many welcome improvements, chief among which is support for HTML5 audio and video tags.
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lemur2
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2007-02-17

I think you’re forgetting that Firefox is the second most used browser, period. This matters to 25% of the world, and over 50% in some countries. Safari has a few meager percentage points. There will be more people using Theora by the end of this week, then people use Safari. And there’s bollox-all innovation going on in the Internet Explorer camp. Theora is well on it’s way to becoming signifcantly important.


Another way of looking at it is that Firefox is used more than any single version of IE.

Yet another way of looking at it is that without doubt in a matter of a week or so there will be more Firefox 3.5 users than IE8 users, and IE8 has been out for many weeks now.

Yet another way of looking at it is that Firefox is supported on more platforms (and hence devices) than any browser (with the possible exception of Opera).

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