Google Chrome Gains Web Browser Market Share, As Microsoft Internet Explorer Drops Below 50%

Google Chrome Gains Web Browser Market Share

According to the latest StatCounter’s statistics in the month of September, Google Chrome web browser has finally stepped in 10 percent market share in the web browser market. The report shows that Chrome recorded 11.54 percent of the market. Chrome has jumped from 3.63 percent this time last year.

Google managed to defend its rank as the third most popular browser in the market despite of its late participation in web browser market.

The report also suggested that the usage of the popular Microsoft’s Internet Explorer has dropped to 49.87 percent, the first time it has fallen below 50 percent, down from its 67.16 percent prevalence two years ago.

As per statistics of StartCounter, Safari, Opera, and “Other” even taken together cannot match Google’s brainchild and weren’t able to achieve similar increases during the period. This means that Chrome’s gain can’t be explained away as the simple result of Internet Explorer’s loss.

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