Choosy Taggers Prefer Firefox

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Looking over the stats for the first 5 days of Tagyu’s life, I was surpised to see that Firefox is used by the majority of Tagyu visitors. I know that Firefox is the browser of choice for many of us in the web tech biz, but to see Firefox stats serveral orders of magnitude larger than that of the general web population was a bit stunning.

MS Internet Explorer31.1%

October 11, 2005 3:48 PM

No surprise here.

Eugene M
November 27, 2006 5:52 AM

Another thing that accounts for the high FireFox count is your large number of Mac users. Safari usage of 9% is much higher than normal. Mac users would be using either Safari or Firefox, so that skews your Firefox usage stats as they cannot possibly use IE.

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