The XiTi Monitor, a French Web survey institute, has published its browser barometer for July. In it, Internet Explorer continues to lose ground, coming in at under 70%. On the other hand, usage of Firefox now tops 28% average usage in the beginning of July.According to the Web site:
The ascension of Firefox continues... Nearly 28% average use rate in Europe in the beginning of July 2007, with a progression in the totality of the 32 European countries studied. Firefox doesn't loose ground in any of the countries
The study was conducted based on data obtained from 95,827 Web sites from Monday, July 2 to Sunday, July 8, 2007.
You can read the full Browsers barometer report.
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