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Firefox vs. IE

Posted on 1.22.2006

I have been reading "The World is Flat: A Brief History of the Twenty-first Century" by Thomas L. Friedman recently and was pleased to see mention of Firefox as an example of open-source technology that is making the world flat (you'll have to read the book to see what Friedman means). Firefox, in case you do not already know, is the Internet browser that is slowly gaining market share from Microsoft's Internet Explorer. Surpassing ten million downloads months ago, Firefox has partnered with big names like Google to bring them even further into the mainstream. While Firefox has sparked innovation on the Web with an intuitive and simple user interface as well as an architecture that supports extensions to the core browser, it has a long way to go to overtake Internet Explorer. So, you tell us:

Instant Survey: What Internet browser do you use?
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Post By Pete Prestipino - WSM Managing Editor

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