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It only took a day for Firefox 3.5 to get on the US & global stats. StatsCounter results show Mozilla’s newest browser is taking on the competition now with over 2% of downloads in the US and about the same worldwide. While Microsoft is still in the overall lead with its three combined versions of Internet Explorer at 60% around the world and 55.8% in the US, Mozilla’s Firefox browsers (verions 3 and 3.5) are in second place with 31.8% in the US and 30.7% globally. Take a look at the following press release and chart for more info about the other browsers.
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Solo le tomo un día a Firefox para que entre a las estadísticas estadounidenses y globales. Los resultados de StatCounter demuestran que el nuevo navegador de Mozilla está compitiendo ahora con más de 2% de descargas en los EE.UU. y casi lo mismo a nivel mundial. Aunque Microsoft está en la delantera con sus tres versiones combinadas de Internet Explorer con 60% alrededor del mundo y 55,8% en los Estados Unidos, los navegadores web Firefox de Mozilla (versiones 3 y 3.5) están en segundo lugar con 31,8% en América y 30,7% globalmente. Echen un vistazo al siguiente comunicado de prensa y al gráfico para más información acerca de los otros navegadores.
Firefox 3.5 Fast Out of Blocks
Boston and Dublin (Ireland): Thursday, 2nd July, 2009: Firefox 3.5 has rapidly gained over 2% of the US browser market since its launch Tuesday according to web analytics firm, StatCounter. This brings Firefox’s usage of the US browser market to 31.8% according to StatCounter Global Stats.
Browser version breakdown: http://gs.statcounter.com/#browser_version-US-daily-20090701-20090701-bar.
Combined browser breakdown: http://gs.statcounter.com/#browser-US-daily-20090701-20090701-bar.
“The fastest version yet of Firefox has certainly sprinted out of the blocks with 2.06% usage in the US in a short time,” commented Aodhan Cullen, CEO, StatCounter. “This latest addition boosts competition for Microsoft Internet Explorer in the browser market wars.”
StatCounter says that globally Firefox 3.5 has also hit the ground running with 1.95% usage. All Firefox usage globally is 30.7%.
Microsoft IE combined (IE 6, 7 and 8 ) continues to lead with 60% of the global browser market and 55.8% in the US. Google’s Chrome has a 2.9% usage in the US and similar globally (2.87%).
Global browser breakdown: http://gs.statcounter.com/#browser-ww-daily-20090701-20090701-bar.
Data is based on an analysis of 180 million page views (42 million from the US) for the 1st July 2009 collected from the StatCounter network of over three million websites.
StatCounter, which provides free website traffic analysis, is one of the largest web analytics companies in the world monitoring in excess of ten billion pageloads per month.
Other regional and country breakdowns can be viewed at: http://gs.statcounter.com.
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StatCounter currently has over two million members and tracks in excess of ten billion pageloads per month over its network of three million websites. For information on this real-time, user-friendly, and free visitor stats tool, please visit www.statcounter.com