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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.
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.
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.
New data released by Net Applications shows that Microsoft's Internet Explorer was able to fight off Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox in March from its share of the browser market.
Web analytics firm StatCounter said on Wednesday that Google's Chrome web browser overtook Microsoft's Internet Explorer to become market leader for the first time.
Microsoft's Internet Explorer (IE) resumed its drop in desktop browser market share in December, falling to an all time low and trending to drop below 50% as soon as March, according to metrics firm Net Applications.
Google and Mozilla have come to a new three-year agreement for Google to be the default search option in the Firefox browser.
Google’s Chrome web browser is now within 4 percentage points of Firefox’s No. 2 position in global usage, according to Net Applications' November browser usage measurements.
Google Inc.'s Chrome web browser has been gaining market share in the Internet users' choice for accessing content, according to industry tracker StatCounter.
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