Firefox’s market share declined for the first time

Firefox’s market share declined for the first time. It’s the first line of news that shocked me today.I’ve predicted that it might happen with the release of IE7 beta. However it’s so unacceptable for any hardcore fan of Firefox.

“Firefox’s share shrunk to 8.07% from 8.71% in June, while Internet Explorer grew its market slice to 87.2% in July from 86.56% last month.” (via Computer World)

As to current situation,the only reason for the change is that Firefox had stayed without any great change in feature for a long time.The release of Deer Park beta had been put off for several times.Users are tired of upgrading and finding nothing improving.

The counterparts,on the contrary,are doing a good job than ever before.IE 7 is the best ever version of IE,and Shells like Maxthon and GreenBrowser are both adding new features.

The high occupation of system resource will still be a hard nut to crack,and it may be the Achilles’  heel.

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