Surely life is unfair, since Opera barely reaches 0.53% although it has taken many years to get there and being a very stable tool.
From the fist of one of the best artists this part of The smoked:
What is unquestionable, is that although Google signed a commitment with Mozilla to support them for three more years, it will have to go above Firefox by inertia. One because the growth of Firefox was due to the impulse that Google gave it via AdWords until last August when it paid $ 1 to download it.
There is no doubt that the Mozilla project has come a long way, just a couple of months ago it managed to break the record for obtaining 8 million downloads in a single day. Although Google has snatched a quarter of it in just three days; which could assume that you already have 2 million users using Chrome.
It remains to be seen what happens when Google begins to promote Chrome more aggressively, for now there are modest AdSense ads in any search related to downloads, Internet, browsing etc.
For its part, Firefox has gone looking for an alliance with Yahoo, who is promoting it at the top of its home page with a link which mentions a "Yahoo Edition" version of Firefox 3.
If Firefox gets this complicated, let's not say what Galeon and Safari could expect.
We'll see what happens,