Firefox is set to top 20 percent global market share in July, continuing its steady trend toward world domination through, er, open-source liberation.
Unlike Microsoft's Internet Explorer, which relied on all sorts of tricks and tying to achieve its dominant status, Firefox's gains seem to be coming for two reasons:It works better ( Better security, better performance, better functionality). It's much more customizable.
As ReadWriteWeb points out, the game is increasingly Firefox's to lose. Internet Explorer used to command 96 percent of the market. Now it's struggling to hold onto 80 percent, with Firefox chipping … Read more