Alternatives to the W3C
scarhill at yahoo.com
Thu Jan 20 18:07:10 GMT 2000
Of course that data is from April 1999. Presumably, IE5's share
has increased since then?
I would guess you have to pay to get the up-to-date statistics.
--- Miles Sabin <msabin at cromwellmedia.co.uk> wrote:
> Like, for example, the fact that they're the stats for a
> _single_ site. StatMarket, now unfortunately a paid for
> has much broader coverage. See,
> which shows that although Microsoft is well in the lead, IE5
> only has an 8.3% share.
> Miles Sabin Cromwell Media
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