The Firefox and Mozilla Web browsers experienced another month of growth at the expense of Microsoft’s Internet Explorer, according to an online study. “The percentage of Americans using Mozilla and Firefox, two open-source browsers funded by the Mozilla Foundation, grew to 6 percent in October from 5.2 percent in September and 3.5 percent in June,” reports CNET “That 6 percent was split evenly between the two browsers. While Microsoft’s IE continued as the overwhelming market leader, it witnessed another marginal decline, this time a dip of 0.8 percent. IE claimed 95.5 percent of users in June, 93.7 percent in September, and 92.9 percent last month. The Opera browser and Apple’s Safari combined reached just more than 1 percent of users.”