Discussion in 'other software & services' started by vasa1, Jan 2, 2012.
As long as people move onto "modern" browsers and IE 6/7/8, Fx 3.x, etc dies out, and Chrome doesn't become overly fragmented, it's all good.
elapsed, explain what you mean by overly fragmented, will you please?
As in, I'm hoping we're not going to need a line on this graph for every version, for example. The Chrome updating mechanism may be a huge success but unless it's a 95%+ success we're just left with tens of IE6's around the place.
"Firefox had a tough year with a loss that more than quadrupled over 2010."
Oh no ... soon the fox will be no more ...
We'll see ...
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