The fact that the growth has been non-Firefox is quite telling too. It means that people don't care too much what browser they use. It means that Firefox has a devoted fan base. It means that Firefox has a poor marketing strategy (go ahead and ask people if Firefox exists on Android and see if anyone knows).
I'm pretty sure this is god's honest truth. People who are aware of the technical differences between browsers do not swing the great "market share" % points up or down; they're the extreme minority. Most of the clients I encounter who use Chrome originally received it because it was automatically installed with CCleaner or Avast or whatever and they just didn't bother to uncheck the "gimme da bundleware!" box. That box is usually right next to the "Make this my default browser" box and the "Set Google as my homepage" box. Or they were harassed by GMail or Google.com to "try Chrome; you need it to use all the cool features of our site," and they didn't have a compelling reason not to (especially since they were probably coming from Explorer at the time). And so the habit is built.
Never once have I seen Firefox bundled with anything or asserting itself where it wasn't invited. Someone has to really TRY to install it, and that probably means they know why they might be doing so. It's definitely a "poor marketing strategy" compared with Google's, but which one do we want to reward?
Liberal folks, this is your issue. The conservatives and libertarians are all over preserving the right to speech.
This, from the party that is attempting to ban the term "climate change"
Remember this? http://www.miamiherald.com/new... It's kinda recent...
I don't know why "free speech" seems to lose all its value when NOT being used to threaten women.
Who has one of those? Most of the local computer shops have been snuffed out by Best Buy and the Geek Squad. The few that survived that have been killed off by Amazon. You're likelihood of finding one anywhere that can help with older stuff is very very low.
I'm RIGHT HERE!
Sendmail may be safely run set-user-id to root. -- Eric Allman, "Sendmail Installation Guide"