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#1 cre8pc

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Posted 19 December 2002 - 04:34 PM

If you're stuck with facing something that works in MSIE but not in Netscape, or the reverse, this website is a great place to go for help.

Navigator / Explorer Comparison
http://browsercompar....esmartweb.com/


STATS:


http://www.upsdell.c...erNews/stat.htm

http://www.cen.uiuc....ats/latest.html

http://www.webrefere...ts/browser.html

http://www.onestat.c...pressbox15.html

http://www.statmarket.com/

#2 Charlie_D

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Posted 13 January 2005 - 09:24 PM

Thanks cre8pc


For

Navigator / Explorer Comparison
http://browsercompar....esmartweb.com/


Explains things well for us newbies

#3 Brandon_Cstone

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Posted 03 November 2005 - 12:46 AM

Here's an updated one for onestate:

http://www.onestat.c...ox_growing.html

God how it's changed :)

Another handy tid-bit from them is:
http://www.onestat.c...pressbox31.html

#4 bragadocchio

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Posted 03 November 2005 - 01:26 AM

It has changed, and it probably will some more.

With Google seeming to back Firefox these days, we may see even more growth.

As for screen resolutions, I suspect that we will be seeing an explosion of much smaller screens being used to view the web as more and more people start using handheld devices to read email, and maybe even surf the web.

Nokia launched a new browser yesterday:

http://www.pcworld.c...d,123376,00.asp

I suspect that we will see more in the near future.

#5 TheManBehindTheCurtain

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Posted 03 November 2005 - 10:51 AM

With Google seeming to back Firefox these days, we may see even more growth.


What's the emoticon for, "Boy, you can say that again."

What is one technology that Google is promoting in a big way for its vision of delivering online office applications? AJAX. And what does AJAX absolutely depend on? A stable and predictable client-side agent for executing JavaScript. Namely, a browser. And more specifically, a browser not made by a competitor in the area of office applications. And not one who just announced its own foray into online office applications.

It's going to nasty out there again. In fact, I think this is going to make the browser wars of a few years back look like a playground tussle among seven year olds. Serious money is now on the line for delivering these online office solutions. Take cover. And whatever you do, don't pick sides. Too early to tell who will be left standing after this nuclear exchange.



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