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Biggest Browser Share Gain In October Goes To Chrome

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Browser market share numbers are out for October from Net
Applications
. Chrome made the biggest gains with a 0.49 percent
jump from September to 8.47 percent.

Chrome is the third most popular browser after Internet Explorer
(59.26 percent) and Firefox (22.82 percent). Both FireFox and IE
saw their overall market share positions erode slightly by 0.39
percent and 0.14 percent, respectively. Safari was up a smidge
(0.06 percent) to 5.33 percent, and Opera declined 0.11 percent to
2.28 percent.

When you drill down into specific browser
versions
, IE 8 is the single largest browser with 29 percent
share. IE 9, which just launched in
beta
in mid-September, is just now beginning to raise its head
in the browser share
tables
at 0.28 percent share. On
Windows 7
, IE 9 is up to 1.29 percent share and growing
fast.

Source: Biggest Browser Share Gain In October Goes To Chrome

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