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IE Loses Ground, Longhorn Gains a Name

While Microsoft celebrates the 100 millionth download of IE7, few observers have stopped to notice that most of IE7’s success came at the expense of IE6. Meanwhile, Firefox’s distant headlights are starting to appear in Microsoft’s rearview mirror.

Also out of Redmond, a real name for Longhorn. But we’re going to make you open the link to see it. Oh, the suspense!

Posted by Lee Pender on 01/18/2007 at 1:20 PM


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