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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RE[2]: I am back to Firefox
by muszek on Sat 3rd Dec 2011 09:02 UTC in reply to "RE: I am back to Firefox"
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Yeah... I have a friend working at a large multinational corporation (one of the biggest supermarket chains in Europe). Very recently they've made the switch from IE6. Tens of thousands of PCs. They've made all this effort, spent all the money to switch to... wait for it... wait a bit longer... Internet Explorer, version 7!

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RE[3]: I am back to Firefox
by Nico57 on Mon 5th Dec 2011 02:55 in reply to "RE[2]: I am back to Firefox"
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A very welcome improvement!

I remember how the use of tabs changed the way I browsed the web, and justified the switch to Opera, some... 10 years ago! :-)

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