As a Web analytics company said this week, Firefox managed to reach the 10% limit.
From 9.75% in February, Firefox reached a 10.5% in March.
Microsoft’s Internet Explorer slipped by nearly the same amount that Firefox gained, falling from 85.03 percent in February to 84.7 percent in March. A year ago, IE held down 88 percent of the browser field.
Safari, Apple’s browser climbed from 3.13% to 3.19%, Opera controls 0.53% of the market, while IE Beta 2 Preview holds 0.26%.
This means that the battle is between IE and Firefox. While the first is falling, the other takes its procents, increasing its share.
If Microsoft doesn’t do something with IE 7, and if Vista won’t integrate a better version of IE 7, I suspect that Firefox will continue to rise.