May, 2007 Web Browsers Market Share Results

By | June 18, 2007 | 6 Comments

Let’s begin.

Internet Explorer gained nice amount of market share this month. From 78.03% to 78.69% (0.66% total) and continues to be world’s most popular web browser.

This time Firefox lost some market share. From 15.42% to 14.54% (0.88% total).

As Internet Explorer, Safari also gained some market share. From 4.59% to 4.82% (0.23% total).

Good news for Netscape as well. This browser managed to gain a peace of market share as well as IE and Safari. From 0.81% to 0.83% (0.02% total).

This time Opera also lost some market share. From 0.76% to 0.74%
(0.02% total).

Good news for Opera Mini. With lots of attention going on, this mobile browser increased it’s market share from 0.13% to 0.16% (0.03% total) and continues growing.

Mozilla continues losing market share. From 0.17% to 0.15%
(0.02% total).

Here’s a graph of current browsers market share. Thanks to HitsLink.

May, 2007 Market Share

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Vygantas is a former web designer whose projects are used by companies such as AMD, NVIDIA and departed Westood Studios. Being passionate about software, Vygantas began his journalism career back in 2007 when he founded Having said that, he is also an adrenaline junkie who enjoys good books, fitness activities and Forex trading.

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  1. Jay Wollmann says:

    It really makes me sad that IE has that large of a market share! People need to research the software they use.

  2. admin says:

    I agree with you Jay.

    And it even makes me more sad when IE gains some extra share while other great browsers loses it…

  3. Kelson says:

    That’s odd. My own site shows IE dropping from 68.7% in April to 68.4% in May, with Firefox climbing from 23.1% to 23.4%.

    I know my numbers are unusual, but I’m surprised to see the trends moving in the opposite direction.

  4. johnnysaucepn says:

    I can’t see that 0.02% differences are likely to be much more than expected statistical error… Apart from the Firefox/Safari changes, not a lot seems to have happened.

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