Microsoft's IE global usage 94.8%

  powerless 14:14 20 Jan 04
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"The most popular browsers on the web are:

1. Microsoft IE 6.0 68.1%

2. Microsoft IE 5.5 13.8%

3. Microsoft IE 5.0 11.8%

4. Mozilla 1.8%

5. Opera 7.0 0.8%

6. Microsoft IE 4.0 0.7%

7. Safari 0.48%"

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MSIE is King ;-))

  Forum Editor 15:32 20 Jan 04

to web designers, and is why most of us optimise our site designs to look their best in Internet Explorer.

  SEASHANTY 16:15 20 Jan 04

Well - they did not ask me! And I prefer using Mozilla most of the time. Each to his (or her) own I suppose. Think its perhaps a good idea to have more than browser installed. Easy to check should one go faulty.

  Q-Bie 17:04 20 Jan 04

I have to say I'm not surprised, but as a devout Firebird user I have to say slightly dissapointed.

Thats not exactly accurate though, what about the browsers that spoof themselves as IE just to get web sites to run properly. I remember a few months back when the Argos website claimed it wouldn't run on anything except IE, so I just told Mozilla to send the IE string and voila, the site worked fine.

  -Beb- 20:05 20 Jan 04

How come AOL isnt there? I dont use AOL, in fact if I was to show my dislike in AOL I would be banned from the forum, so I'll refrain from doing so. I know AOL is seen as a retarded version of the net, but there still are many people using it.

  DAG88 20:55 20 Jan 04

Netscape....I thought that was a 1 of the more popular alternatives to IE.

  DieSse 00:05 21 Jan 04

AOL is just Internet Explorer in disguise.

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