Monday, March 5th 2012

Internet Explorer, Chrome slip in February, Safari Increases its Browser Market Share

According to data collected by Net Applications, February saw both Microsoft Internet Explorer and Google Chome losing some browser market share which was quickly picked up by Apple's Safari, Mozilla's Firefox and Opera.

Last month's numbers still have IE on top with 52.84% of the market (down from 52.96% in January), while Firefox kept its silver medal by securing a 20.92% share (20.88%). On third place we have Chrome with 18.90% (18.94% in the previous month), while on fourth Safari has once again passed the 5% mark, topping 5.24% (4.90%). Opera was fifth with a 1.71% share (1.67%).

Source: Net Marketshare
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3 Comments on Internet Explorer, Chrome slip in February, Safari Increases its Browser Market Share

#1
Depth
I think I'll switch to Konqueror and join the 0.00% of internet users
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#2
Chevalr1c
For that you will need to install the KDE shell in Windows though.
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