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The European Commission has begun an investigation into whether Microsoft failed to follow through with antitrust commitments it made back in 2009.
Both Microsoft Internet Explorer and Google Chrome can claim the lead in browser market share for the month of June. Each browser emerged in the lead in one of two separate reports.
Whether they stick with Internet Explorer 7 because they don't like change, or they don't notice the Windows Update icon in the system tray, about 4 percent of internet users worldwide still use Internet Explorer 7.
As Microsoft scrambles to rebrand themselves and their products, they’ve angered a few organizations along the way. There’s a new group of people who are angered about key decisions Microsoft has made concerning the native web browser to be released with Windows 8: Online advertisers.
This week the internet is looking at month-long tallies to see just how swiftly Chrome is stepping into the lead for market share on browsers.
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Yesterday, it seemed that Google’s Chrome web browser had narrowly edged out Microsoft’s Internet Explorer. But that was yesterday, and today is a new day with new statistics and new debates to be had.
The Google Chrome user base continues to grow, and according to data collected by StatCounter, it now exceeds the user base of Internet Explorer by a few percent.
A web browser is an application used for retrieving, presenting, and transferring information over the Internet. Information is gathered by a Uniform Resource Identifier (URI), which can be a web page, an image, a video, or any other type of content viewed on the browser. The most widely used web browsers are Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Internet Explorer, and Apple Safari. The first web browser was invented by Sir Tim Berners-Lee in 1990 called the Worldwide Web, later known...
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