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By glazou on Wednesday 19 October 2005, 19:23 - Mozilla
Yeah it's good. But I would divide that number by ten to get the real number. I've downloaded Firefox that many times because of its frequent version changes.
"We're not counting people or users. We're not claiming this is counting users and we never have We're counting downloads. We don't count updates but we count all downloads. If we were counding users, we'd have to put some kind of tracking tools in the browser and we're not going to do that. If we want usage, we can get that from large tracker sites like onestat, websidestory, or thecounter. This isn't users or usage, though, it's downloads.
- A" (from weblogs.mozillazine.org/asa)
Plus a corporation only downloads once and then installs on over 100 computers, so the number is not too bad. Plus all the mirrors and torrents of it never got counted.
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