Rabu, 27 Januari 2010

Rising Chrome and Safari, IE and Firefox Fall

Rising Chrome and Safari, IE and Firefox Fall

Stepping on the age of 15 months since his presence, the Google Chrome browser has passed Safari position for use throughout the world in last December. Chrome rose from 3.9 percent to 4.6 percent, according to statistical data based Net Applications 160 million visitors per month who use the service Net Applications. While Safari also increased from 4.4 percent to 4.5 percent.

Chrome increasingly meningkay after Google released the Chrome browser for Mac OS X beta version and Linux computers. Google also will upgrade the 4.0 Chrome beta in January 12. Still according to Net Applications, Microsoft Internet Explorer decline from 63.6 percent to 62.7 percent. The majority of IE users have switched to Firefox in the ranking of two, but the open source browser is also decreased from 24.7 percent to 24.6 percent from November to December, plus Net Applications.

Still good news for Microsoft, IE 8 increased its use from 19.3 percent to 20.9 percent from November to December, while IE 6 fell from 22.1 percent to 21 percent. But analysis Net Applications and more intense competition, especially melwan ons, making Microsoft’s re-energized the Internet Explorer team.

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