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Firefox: 400 million downloads

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I assume that this must count as separate downloads every update that you download — that is, 400 million downloads does not equal 400 million users. Still: a lot of users. Part of their secret is the tremendous array of (free, useful) add-ins. I don’t think I even remember what a plain vanilla Firefox is like. (The updates — even to a new version number, like Version 2 — bring along all the add-ins that will work with the update, and also tracks the ones that don’t so that you are informed when an update is available for those so that you can start using them again.) Great program.

Written by Leisureguy

8 September 2007 at 12:16 pm

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