Application compatibility may slow Firefox growth

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The increasingly popular Firefox browser could stumble in its bid to make inroads into the corporate environment, despite its many plaudits for increased security and user-friendliness.

Latest figures from website measurement company WebSideStory saw the new browser's share of the market grow slightly to 4.78 per cent of all internet users by December 2004, while Microsoft's Internet Explorer dropped to 90 per cent. Just recently the Mozilla Foundation celebrated 21 million ...

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