Microsoft hits 100 million installs
According to Microsoft’s announcement on Friday, they have hit the 100th million milestone for Internet Explorer 7. That number, of course, probably consists on the sum of people who actually downloaded it from Microsoft’s website, together with the people that had it installed via auto-update.
Personally, I find Firefox’s 285 million number much more impressive, since all of those downloads were made with the intention of installing an alternative to Microsoft’s browser. Still, webdesigners should become a little happier that some standards were implemented in IE7, although they weren’t as many as they expected, now it should be a little easier to design websites.