Internet Explorer usage continues to fall

Microsoft’s Internet Explorer (IE) remained the most popular web browser in the world in September according to recent figures published by NetMarketshare.

Total worldwide usage for Internet Explorer in September 2010 was 59.65%, which on the surface seems impressive until you realize that IE’s share just over two years ago was 75% and almost 95% at its peak.

Chrome Web browser usage climbs for 20th straight month

The Google Chrome web browser gained market share for the twentieth month in a row according to recent figures published by NetMarketshare.

Total worldwide usage in June 2010 for Chrome was 7.24%, up 0.2% of global from May and more than triple the 2.4% recorded in the same month of 2009.

Use of Internet Explorer continues to fall

Microsoft’s Internet Explorer (IE) remained the most popular web browser in the world in April according to recent figures published by NetMarketshare.

Total worldwide usage for Internet Explorer in April 2010 was 59.95%, which on the surface seems impressive until you realize that IE’s share two years ago was 75% and almost 95% at its peak.

Chrome chalks up seventeen months of gains

The Google Chrome web browser gained market share for the seventeenth month in a row according to recent figures published by NetMarketshare.

Total worldwide usage in March 2010 for Chrome was 6.13%, up 0.5% of global from February and more than triple the 1.6% recorded in the same month of 2009.

Chrome web browser continues to gain on competition

The Google Chrome web browser gained 0.4% of global market share in February from the previous month according to figures published today by NetMarketshare.

Chrome web browser steals share from IE and Firefox

The Google Chrome web browser gained 0.6% of global market share in January from the previous month according to figures published today by NetMarketshare.

Total worldwide usage for Chrome was 5.2% in January, more than triple the 1.5% recorded in January 2009.

Latest release of Google Chrome features bookmark sync

This week on the official Google Blog, the company announced a new stable release of it’s Chrome web browser for Windows, which includes two of the browser’s most frequently, requested features: extensions and bookmark sync.

Extensions are little programs, created by developers, which add additional functionality to the Chrome browser. Currently there are over 1,500 extensions in the Chrome extensions gallery.

Use of Internet Explorer continues to decline

According to Net Applications’ browser usage share statistics for October 2009, the number of people using Microsoft Internet Explorer (IE) continues to fall.

Net Applications reports that worldwide, IE remained the number one browser in terms of usage in October at 64.6% but that was down significantly from 73.6% in October 2008.

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