Alternatives to the W3C

Miles Sabin msabin at
Fri Jan 21 14:25:27 GMT 2000

Brandt Dainow wrote,
> IE 5= 46.6%
> IE 4= 23.2%
> NS 4= 25.8%
> NS 3= 01.5%
> REST= 02.9%

I still have a gut feeling that 46.6% is unrepresentatively 

Incidentally, I gather that AOL have been mailing their
user base recently, notifying them that the next release of
the AOL browser will be Netscape rather than IE based. I
wonder what that switch will do to the stats ...



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