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    Default Internet Explorer Falls Below 50% Market Share

    Months and months after the continuous Internet Explorer’s market share decline, Microsoft’s web browser has finally breached the 50% mark and now sits at the 49.58%, down from 50.97% (1.39 point decrease).

    As far as other web browsers go, it looks like Firefox is going to the opposite direction, as its market share has increase by 0.14 point, up from 21.06% to 21.20%.

    Google Chrome
    continues its uptrend and is now up by another 1.42 point, increasing its share from 15.17% 16.59%. If growth continues, we should see it approaching 20% mark in the second quarter of 2012.

    Thanks to Apple’s handheld device sales, Safari is on the roll with a 0.51 point increase in the market share, up from 8.03% to 8.54%.

    Just like Internet Explorer, Opera’s market share continues to suffer as it now reached January, 2010 levels, down from 1.58%, 1.49%, (0.09 point decrease).

    So here you have it folks, with the exception of Firefox, there aren’t really any changes in the overall trend.
    http://www.favbrowser.com/internet-e...et-share-mark/
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    Default Re: Internet Explorer Falls Below 50% Market Share

    I am surprised it has taken this long


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    Default Re: Internet Explorer Falls Below 50% Market Share

    Quote Originally Posted by Nanosec View Post
    I am surprised it has taken this long
    I agree, using IE is like being slowly pecked to death by chickens.

    It's said that the newer versions are a little more secure, but all of those nasty little surprises throughout the years taught me a lesson that I'll never forget.

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