4 ways Mozilla could fix its Firefox problem

Mozilla has hit a rock bottom market share and looks to be heading toward irrelevancy. Jack Wallen has a few ideas how Mozilla could fix this problem.

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Mozilla has a Firefox problem.

The open-source app is one of the better browsers on the market but has been hemorrhaging market share for years. As of today, Firefox only has 3.66% of the web browser market share. If I were to guess, the majority of those users are on Linux.

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That figure alone should tell you how much trouble Firefox is in. We’re talking “Danger, Will Robinson”-level trouble. A 3% market share is hard to bounce back from. So with Firefox so dangerously close to complete irrelevancy, what can Mozilla do to recover?

I have a few suggestions….

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