11.5% Share of IE Sneaked by Google Chrome

Chrome Web browser of Google gathered 11.5 percent market share in the month of March, increasing at the expense of Microsoft Internet Explorer.

According to Researcher, Internet Explorer, far and away the market head with 15 years of legacy utilize behind it, commands 55.9 percent share however fell from the tally of 56.77 percent previous month.

Mozilla Firefox share marked up somewhat to 21.8 percent from 21.7 percent. Firefox has fought to go back to the 25 percent mark ever since the arrival of Chrome in September 2008, although the company after it just opened a snappy Firefox 4 that holds guarantee.

Safari browser of Apple also inched up, from 6.3 percent to 6.6 percent from the month previous to as loyal Mac users hold stable.

Share of Chrome was 10.9 percent in the month of February, which means the browser saw a solid hit previous month. December Chrome has over 120 million users; however, that quantity is obviously upper now.


The group of Chrome of Google is opening a new steady release each few weeks and paying people to crush bugs in the procedure.  On March 22 Google opened Chrome 11 to its Chrome 11 to its Chrome beta channel with support for the HTML5 input API.

Specified latest iteration of Google for Chrome, a steady build for Chrome 11 must open next week or the week after at the newest.

Microsoft is cutting from the base and padding the peak for Internet Explorer.  The company is removing Internet Explorer 6.

According to Microsoft, IE 6 is seldom used in the US but is widely utilized in China (34.5 percent), South Korea (24.8 percent) and Japan (10.3 percent).

Microsoft noted, “The Web has changed significantly over the past 10 years.  The browser has evolved to adapt to new Web technologies, and the latest versions of Internet Explorer help protect you from new attacks and threats.”

For this, the browser wars among IE 9, Chrome and Firefox is just about to heat up as the competition arises.  Net Applications report that IE 9 has come up to 3.6 percent usage share in March.