On 2009-02-04, High Plains Thumper <highplainsthumper@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Investigative Reporter Web server wrote:
>> 7 wrote:
>>> Doug Mentohl wrote:
>>>> Firefox 45.4%, Internet Explorer 44.8% ..
>>> Schools now need to ban micoshaft products and ban any
>>> company that tries to sell micoshaft products to them that
>>> insist their products only work with micoshaft browsers.
>>> Just toss them out and ask open source companies to fill the
>>> procument holes with open source software. And insist all
>>> the software is open source and that they get to keep the
>>> software under the terms of the GPL.
>> Now, let's not get to uppity there 7, and lets being you back
>> down to Earth. :)
>> <copied from the link>
>> Browsers that count for less than 0.5% are not listed.
>> W3Schools is a website for people with an interest for web
>> technologies. These people are more interested in using
>> alternative browsers than the average user. The average user
>> tends to use Internet Explorer, since it comes preinstalled
>> with Windows. Most do not seek out other browsers.
>> These facts indicate that the browser figures above are not
>> 100% realistic. Other web sites have statistics showing that
>> Internet Explorer is used by at least 80% of the users.
>> Anyway, our data, collected from W3Schools' log-files, over a
>> five year period, clearly shows the long and medium-term
> Including W3Schools averaged data for previous years.
> Year Mozilla IE
> ---- ----- -----
> Jan09 45.4% 44.8%
> 2008 40.9% 51.4%
> 2007 35.1% 58.0%
> 2006 29.2% 63.1%
> 2005 23.3% 72.8%
> Internet Explorer is on the decline.
Grade School teachers may be hostile to Linux but they seem to
like Firefox well enough... <chuckle>
Oracle... can't live with it... |||
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can't just replace it with postgres...