Chrome Gains Users Faster Than Firefox

Monday May 3rd 2010 by Datamation.com Staff
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While Firefox still boasts more users, Chrome is picking up the majority of users who abandon Internet Explorer.

Computerworld: According to research from NetApplications, Google's Chrome browser is picking up momentum.

While Internet Explorer still maintains its leadership position with 59.95 percent of the browser market, it's share is continuing to erode, losing 0.7 percentage points last month to fall below a 60 percent share for the first time ever.

Nearly all of those users who abandoned Internet Explorer seem to have switched to Chrome, which picked up 0.6 percentage points to reach a 6.7 percent share of the market.

The number two browser, Firefox, gained just 0.07 percentage points for a 24.6 percent share.

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