March, 2013 Desktop Market Share: Internet Explorer, Firefox, Google Chrome – Up; Safari, Opera – Down

By | April 8, 2013

Thanks to Net Applications, we have a fresh set of market share data for you, which doesn’t look that different from the last month, to be honest. Let’s check it out.

While we read about IE11 leaked features, Microsoft’s web browser had a 0.01 point increase in its market share, from 55.82% to 52.83%.

After breaking the 20% barrier last time, Firefox continues to edge higher, up from 20.12% to 20.21% (0.09 point increase).

Google Chrome on the other hand is starting to reverse its losses and is now up by 0.18 point, from 16.27% to 16.45%.

The only two losers this time are Safari and Opera, down by 0.11 point (from 5.42% to 5.31%) and 0.08 point (from 1.82% to 1.74%) respectively.

That’s all for now, folks.

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