Firefox bleeds users – lost 46 million in three years

In three years, 46 million users have switched from Firefox to another browser. The Firefox desktop client had 244 million users at the end of 2018, compared to 198 million users in the second quarter of 2021. It writes PC Gamer.

Still a big number, but the proportions of the total browser cookie have shrunk considerably for Firefox creator Mozilla. In 2008, Firefox had 30 percent of all browser usage (the other big giant was Internet Explorer with 60 percent).

Today, Google’s Chrome gets a 65 percent share, while Firefox only reaches about three percent on desktops, mobiles and consoles.

Part of the explanation is spelled for lack of major performance updates, something that several users have complained about. A big explanation is also likely to be that Android mobiles are the standard choice for browsers on virtually all the world’s Android mobiles.



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