March, 2015 Desktop Market Share: Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Opera – Up; Internet Explorer – Down

By | April 13, 2015

Another month, another report.

As Microsoft continues to work on the Project Spartan, Internet Explorer’s market share keeps sliding down, this time by 0.84 point, from 57.38% to 56.54%.

Google Chrome on the other hand is extremely close to crossing the 25% mark, up from 24.69% to 24.99% (0.3 point increase).

Next is Firefox, which (surprisingly) increased its market share by 0.29 point, up from 11.60% to 11.89%.

Apple’s Safari has too managed to increase its market share, up from 4.84% to 5.00% (0.16 point increase).

Lastly, Opera, up from 1.09% to 1.15% (0.06 point increase).

That’s all for now, folks.

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  1. Stve says:

    Big pile of poop .
    Why do they list Netscape at 0.33% & not Opera at 1.15% & if Opera is in Other’s 1.24% that leaves 0.09% for all the other small browsers ..Maxthon, Comodo ,Sea Monkey etc……..

    • tiagos says:

      Opera is Chrome now. The old Opera is dead, and very few people use it.

      • Stve says:

        Around 50 million desktop users is more than very few.
        explain why Netscape is in the list ?

        • tiagos says:

          Opera 12 is used by less than 50 million desktop users.

          And 50 million desktop users is a small number in comparison to other browsers. Not very few. But those aren’t the numbers for Opera 12, which is the “old Opera”.