Ian Hilliard <nospam@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
"nessuno" <nessuno7491@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
You are correct that these usage figures are incorrectly labelled
"Market Share" as the alternative browsers to IE in most cases have
Just the other day you "advocates" were whining about market share of a free
product can't be measured. You know... because people download it from
different mirrors, install it from a server, copy and hand out free CD's and
all that. So if market share of a free product can't be measured then how
exactly did "Firefox regain market share mojo"
Mozilla's Firefox has collected about half that over the same period,
but last month the open-source browser surged by 0.8 percentage point
to 23.3%, nearly matching its record of 23.8% set in April.
Oh that's right... it's Tuesday and that's the day of the week when market
share of free products becomes measurable.
Only a complete and utter idiot would think that something can not have
a market share because its free. Oh! It's you!
Carry on ....
Free is not a part of the market as it bypasses the market.
Still, whatever I say you seem to oppose. You should stop fixating.