Just when you thought you only had to worry about one browser anymore, Mozilla Firefox and Safari sneak up from behind. Onestat.com reports Firefox usage at 8.45% now, with Safari at 1.21%. IE is still dominating at 87.28%, but it’s losing its grip fast.
Here’s the link: http://www.onestat.com/html/aboutus_pressbox36.html
Safari and Firefox is all we ever use these days. Microsoft’s Internet Explorer is nothing but a B2B browser to us now—we only use it for sites that require ActiveX (or whenever we get the urge to download lots of viruses, spyware, and adware).
We wonder if the increasing popularity of Firefox will mean greater usage of Thunderbird, their email client. We’ve been experimenting with it lately (MailChimp testing), and so far it’s been great. Here’s a link to a past article we posted about Thunderbird and HTML email…