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Internet Explorer, Chrome gain market share for January

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 03 Feb 2014 21:07 User comments (3)

Internet Explorer, Chrome gain market share for January According to the most recent NetApplications data, both Internet Explorer and Chrome gained market share for January.
The month was the third of full availability for IE11, which finally surpassed its predecessor.

Altogether, IE gained just 0.30 percentage points to 58.21 percent while Firefox dropped 0.27 percentage points to 18.08 percent and Chrome fractionally gained 0.06 percentage points to 16.28 percent.

Safari, which is only used by Mac and iPad/iPhone owners, stayed flat at 5.80 percent.

Internet Explorer has made an impressive comeback since the beginning of 2013, following a dip under 55 percent for the first time ever.

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3 user comments

17.2.2014 10:56

Safari has been available for Windows for a very long time.


"History cannot repeat itself if we refuese to allow it" ~veo

27.2.2014 11:43

Originally posted by ren97:
Safari has been available for Windows for a very long time.
Nobody seems to care, though.
This message has been edited since its posting. Latest edit was made on 07 Feb 2014 @ 11:43

37.2.2014 11:59

I love it. Its webkit, but apparently its now dead on Windows. Guess I'll have to set up an OSX host in virtual box.

This message has been edited since its posting. Latest edit was made on 07 Feb 2014 @ 11:59

"History cannot repeat itself if we refuese to allow it" ~veo

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