Firefox : 1 billon of downloads pubic that:

the tweeter FirefoxCounter that the browser has officially registered over 1 billion downloads. The count includes all versions of the software dating back to its first release in 2004.

And mentioned that:

TechCrunch reported yesterday that Mozilla’s browser had passed 999 million downloads during the morning. It took just about 19 more hours to hit the 1 billion download milestone. As of about 8 a.m. ET until the 1 billionth download, the browser was being downloaded a remarkable 20 + times per second according to the Firefox Counter Twitter Account.

I recommend the article from Read Write Web, Good article where you can see why Firefox interprets the needs of Internet users.: The Future of Firefox: No Tabs, Built-in Ubiquity

Firefox 3.5 on the Gecko 1.9.1 Platform was released on June 30, 2009 (release notes). “Namoroka” is the codename for the next major release of Firefox, see Firefox/Namoroka for “” work

1 Response

  1. rhian says:

    I Love Firefox.

    Good Post

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