Linked by Howard Fosdick on Fri 2nd Dec 2011 10:16 UTC
Google A new report from StatCounter says Chrome's popularity now edges out Firefox. It says Chrome has a 25.69% share of the global browser market while Firefox claims 25.23%. Microsoft's Internet Explorer is still #1 with a 40.63% share. If true, Google has pulled off quite a feat with a browser they only introduced in late 2008. StatCounter claims to measure browser use rather than just downloads.
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Not my experience
by Barnabyh on Sat 3rd Dec 2011 17:16 UTC
Barnabyh
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2006-02-06

My blog has about 20% visitors using Chrome and 54-57% using FF. Of about 20,000 visitors per month, on average. And recently, over the last 6 weeks, Chrome has come down a few % and FF is up. So my experience is to the contrary. Chrome still crashes a lot and I would NEVER use it as my main browser, only when I need to fire up quickly. You know what they say about lies and statistics.

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