Firefox reaches 25 million downloads

Firefox reaches 25 million downloads CNET News.com: Mozilla, which released the free 1.0 program in November, says an average of 250,000 people download Firefox every day and more than half a million Web sites feature Firefox promotions.
The group promotes the program as an alternative to Microsoft's Internet Explorer, which has become a target for computer virus writers and other security exploits.
What was just a small flame 100 days ago has since exploded into a phenomenal demonstration of the power of open source,' lead Firefox architect Blake Ross wrote on a blog. Tens of thousands of devoted users and fans are a powerful and capable force of change.

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