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Why Firefox is handicapped in browser race

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Firefox, depending on which stats you believe, seems to be struggling in marketshare. Is Mozilla missing a key weapon in the battle for browser share?

According to the cleverly named traffic counter outfit StatCounter, Google's Chrome browser has long passed Internet Explorer and Firefox as the number one browser in the world, with Chrome now reaching the 33 percent mark (33.81 percent for those watching at home) for browser share.

Let the teeth gnashing begin.

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