Whew! The Mozilla Foundation has logged 75,000,000 downloads of Firefox!
Take that number with a grain of salt, of course. At least some of those are manual upgrades (from people who don’t want to wait for the auto-update to kick in), and some are one person downloading it in three places. But it can’t count the copies pre-installed with Fedora Core or Mandriva Linux, or downloaded via P2P—and some of those downloads are immediately pushed across a LAN or stuck on a USB keychain to be installed on a dozen or more computers.