With Firefox being download over 50 million times, it's the time to celebrate! :-) However, something popped out from my mind: how many Firefox users are still using those ancient versions of Firefox?
We all know that before the first counter was broken, the download count was 25 million. After that, Firefox 1.0.1, 1.0.2 and 1.0.3 were out. So let's assume that there are some royal Firefox users (like me) that download Firefox whenever there is new release (without using the software update feature). The number of such users will be (50-25)/3 million. Of course, I know that download count is NOT user count, but let's assume it is a one-to-one relationship, so as to make thing simpler. As a result, the number of users who are still at risk (that no one has exploited yet) could be about 16 million. WOW!
What can we do to these lazy users (including some of my friends who are still using Firefox 0.9.3)? They are simply too lazy to upgrade... ^^:::