Microsoft may have gotten a head start with its latest browser, but after less than a day of availability, the new offering from Mozilla already has more downloads–all of this according to the latest numbers from Web analytics site, StatCounter. According to the numbers, Firefox 4 has an impressive (well, relatively) 1.95 percent share of the global browser market, having surpassed Opera 11, Firefox 3, Chrome 9, and, most notably, the most recent version of Internet Explorer. IE 9, which was released to the world on March 14th, has taken 0.85 percent of the global market.
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