18.41% of World Internet Users use Firefox!

18.41% of World Internet Users use Firefox!

Wow, Firefox has been steadily growing real fast… I remember about 2-3 years ago when Firefox use was at only about 5%.

Go Firefox! Kill IE for good.

The only thing with Internet Explorer is that a lot of foreign countries such as Korea, have adopted to use IE exclusively for internet banking, which you can not use Firefox for.

Still, more than 90% of population in Korea and other parts of the world use IE. Darn…

Net Applications, purveyors of web metrics data, published some interesting asides about Mozilla’s Firefox in this month’s newsletter. Specifically, they’re projecting that users of the world’s favorite alternative browser will account for 20% of all web traffic sometime in July.

via insanely-great

6 Responses to 18.41% of World Internet Users use Firefox!

  1. Jehzeel Laurente says:

    but based on w3school’s Browser statistucs,, almost 40% of internet users use FF.. I hope by next year it would be more than 50%.. hehe 🙂

    Firefox Rules! 🙂

  2. jehzlau says:

    Based on w3school’s Browser statistucs here: http://www.w3schools.com/browsers/browsers_stats.asp , almost 40% of internet users use FF.. I hope by next year it would be more than 50%.. hehe 🙂

    Firefox Rules! 🙂

  3. PPC says:

    That figure is way too low, the w3c figures are more accurate. If you poll internet professionals you’ll find about a 98% adoption of Firefox.

  4. silki says:

    Firefox, its like GOD.
    I can’t understand why still IE is used by a majority of Internet users, just because it is a legacy of Microsoft. It sucks to know that the information propagates so slow, even on Internet.

  5. Eva White says:

    Its no wonder, given all the advantages it has over IE.

  6. ITD guy says:

    I’m glad to see people are getting the truth about FF use. When I first read this article all I could think was “BS numbers”. FF is on par with IE use and will soon take the lead. everyone should junk IE and switch to FF.

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