When Google’s Chrome first launched it made a huge splash. In the first couple of days, early adopters shifted from Internet Explorer and Firefox to check out the latest browser to hit the market.
That said, once the first week was over, the figures settled down. Those who wanted to stick with Chrome did and those who were just trying out the browser to see what Google had come up with had migrated back to either Firefox or IE.
When numbers were first released after the first week of launch, reports suggested that Internet Explorer was hit the worst. Nearly all of the users switching to Chrome were migrating from IE. CNet today reports that IE has lost even more ground in the browser war with Firefox, Safari and Chrome gaining fast.
According to CNet, IE’s market share has dropped for the seventh consecutive month and the browser saw a 1 percent drop in both October and November. Internet Explorer now has 67.55 percent of the global browser market share while Firefox accounts for 21.53 percent of the market. Apple's Safari claims 8.29 percent, up a significant percentage and likely correlated to the growth in Mac sales. Chrome has just 1.12 percent but still beats out Opera which clocks in at 0.7 percent.
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