Google Lost Its Browser Market Share For The Second Time In A Row

Posted on Nov 1 2012 - 6:43am by Editorial Staff

According to latest figures from Net Application, Google has lost market share for the second time in a row, while Internet Explorer has gained an impressive 0.50 percent points from the period between September and October. Firefox dropped by 0.09 percent points and while Chrome by 0.31 percentage points. Safari lost 0.05 percent points, while Opera gained 0.01 points. The Net Applications has monitored some 40,000 Web Sites for its clients, while uses data captured from 160 million unique visitors each month. To explore yourself, what particular browser version does in the market, check on the link by clicking here.

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