Wednesday, May 5, 2010
Microsoft's browser share dips below 60 percent
Internet Explorer's market share dipped again in April, falling below 60 percent as Chrome and Firefox gained.
(Credit: Net Applications)
Microsoft's browser market share continued to fall in April, with Internet Explorer now in use for fewer than three in five Web connections.
IE's share of the market in April was 59.95, down from 60.65 percent in March, according to Net Applications. Google's Chrome grabbed the lion's share of that, increasing to 6.73 percent from 6.13 percent, while Firefox also gained nearly a tenth of a percentage point, to finish April with 24.59 percent.
Posted by Amit Shroff at 2:32 AM
Labels: Brand, Digital News, Technology
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