In the world today 52% of Web users browser with Internet Explorer (7, 6 and 5), 37.7% use Firefox or another Mozilla Browser, 2.5% use Safari and 1.9% use Opera.
I’m figuring that the reason why the majority of Web users use IE is because when people use Windows, they don’t bother installing another browser because either they do not know of any other browsers, meaning they are not tech savy, or they simply don’t require anything more than the standard browser. Many geeks use Firefox because it is open-source and mostly renders, or draws, pages up to W3C standards. But true geeks would know that Safari actually renders the best. Why? Because Safari’s Webkit rendering system is based on KDE’s KHTML rendering system. Okay, this is probably confusing for many of those that read it, but this portion of the post is mainly for geeks.
So basically if you want a browser that renders pages more beautifully than the majority of other browsers, then choose Safari when using Windows and OS X and use Konqueror, KDE’s default browser, when using any OS that has KDE installed such as Linux.
Now for those non-geeks using Windows, I recommend dumping Internet Explorer and downloading Safari for Windows.