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Firefox Keeps Booming in Europe

The Inquirer reports on a survey that shows Europe-wide use of Firefox has hit 23.2%, with one country (Slovenia) at 40.5%.

Finland is at 39.3%, Poland at 33.6%, Germany at 33%, and France at 20.7%.

What’s the global situation? Pretty good, for our band of freedom-fighters:

“Worldwide, Europe – at 23.2 per cent – is just behind Australasia (23.4%) in its use of the foxy browser. According to Xiti, 14.5 per cent of North American surfers use Firefox. Its smallest market share is in South America, where it accounts for just 11.1 per cent of active browsers.”

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