"We should emphasize that these measures have been done on a Sunday, when Firefox's usage peaks. The Firefox browser is less used during the week, as enterprises are more conservative when it comes to using a newer browser," Nitot said in a blog posting that commented on figures released earlier by the Web metrics company.
Overall, though, this news is good. Firefox may have many roadblocks to become more than just an “alternative” to the average end user, but it is overcoming them. Most people are receptive to using a new browser when it comes along with the potential to dramatically reduce the amount of spyware plaguing them.