Browser Share: Chrome Continues Climb

Published on November 1, 2010
by Voices

The latest month-to-month changes in Web browser share, as calculated by analytics outfit Net Applications, are measured in tenths of a percentage point, but they’re consistent with the year-to-date trends–namely significant gains for Google’s Chrome, modest gains for Apple’s Safari and slight slippage for everyone else. In October, Microsoft IE held 59.26 percent (off about three points since January), Mozilla’s Firefox edged down to 22.82 percent (down from 24.43 percent in January), Chrome rose to 8.47 percent (up more than three points for the year), Safari crept up to 5.33 percent (eight-tenths of a point better than January) and Opera trailed with a steady 2.28 percent.

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