Microsoft Internet Explorer lost 3% since its decline first began in early June, WebSideStory reported. Internet Explorer dropped to 92.9 percent of the browser market as of end-October 2004,which is a 2.6% drop overall. Firefox, the Mozilla Foundation’s standalone browser, was the biggest beneficiary of IE’s most recent losses, WebSideStory said. WebSideStory broke out Firefox’s share for the first time, and the alternative browser comprised 3% of the market. Browsers from Mozilla and America Online accounted for 6% of the market, a jump of 2.48% since September.