A Late Stocking Stuffer
by Kevin Shockey
This week the web analytics software company WebSideStory reported that the Mozilla Firefox browser now has an estimated 4% share of U.S. Browser Usage Share. Most of this new found usage has come at the expense of the Microsoft Internet Explorer, which is now down to 91.8%. I can only imagine that this number will continue to drop.
I'm even now more excited about giving all my relatives copies of the OpenCD for Christmas. I'm mostly just giving it to them just to encourage their use of Firefox, but who knows? Maybe they'll get curious and give some of the other fine apps a spin.
Looking to impress your friends and relatives, give'm Firefox. They'll thank you all next year.
Firefox for friends and relatives
I've just switched myself, but unless your family all programs for fun, I'd be careful about pushing it too hard.