November, 2009 – Firefox, Opera and Chrome Market Share Goes Up; IE, Safari – Down

By | December 1, 2009

November, 2009 – Firefox, Opera and Chrome Market Share Goes Up; IE, Safari – DownIt’s a new month and few market share data. Let’s get it going.

Just like any other month, Internet Explorer market share keeps going down, this time it fell from 64.64% to 63.62% (1.02 point decrease).

With the upcoming Firefox 3.6 release, this browser increased its market share by 0.65 point, from 24.07% to 24.72%.

After previous gain in October, this time Safari‘s market share fell from 4.42% to 4.36% (0.06% decrease).

No stopping for Chrome yet, as its market share went up from 3.58% to 3.93% (0.35 point increase).

Opera has gained a nice chunk of market share as well, going up from 2.17% to 2.31% (0.14 point increase).

Opera Mini also increased its market share, this time by 0.11 point, from 0.35% to 0.46%.

Here is a graph, as from NetApplications:

November, 2009 – Firefox, Opera and Chrome Market Share Goes Up; IE, Safari – Down


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  1. Thoe says:

    How can Opera Mini have just 0.4x% if desktop has 2.x%, and Opera Mini has nearly as many users as desktop (Mini 40 million, desktop 45 million)?

    • Because all of Opera Mini users data is being transfered through Opera servers = same ip for many users.

    • nobody says:

      “(Mini 40 million, desktop 45 million)?”

      these are opera’ numbers, that cannot be verified. maybe they are simply measuring it wrongly? they havent disclosed how they do measure these numbers. they (haavard) only said how it can be done. it isnt the same thing.

      • Thoe says:

        Sure they can be verified. And yes, they have said how they do it, as much as Mozilla has. You are just being an ignorant bigot again.

        • Eice says:

          The same unverified and unsubstantiated crap from Th(r)oe(ll) again. Apparently the way Opera verifies its numbers is to send paid shills to troll the Internet over and over, because nobody has seen any indication that Opera’s numbers are even anywhere near connected with reality.

          • Thoe says:

            Changing your identity again, nobody? :D

            Opera’s numbers are calculated the same way as everyone else’s.

            And as you know very well, the browser stats you are probably referring to are self-contradictory even internally. The numbers simply don’t add up.

            But keep spewing nonsense, “nobody” :D

          • Eice says:

            Keep it up, Th(r)oe(ll). You’re just so amazingly stupid that you can even get confused between the multiple identities you have to switch between to maintain the illusion that anyone is so retarded as to agree with the crap you spew out incessantly, that you even slip and refer to yourself as “he”. Not that we didn’t know about your multiple-personality disorder AND stupidity already though, so it comes no big surprise.

            What everyone REALLY knows – aside from you, of course, given your inherent and sheer stupidity – is that Opera’s numbers are hopelessly disconnected from reality. Aside from paid shills like you sent out on desperate, drivel-spewing trolling missions (who have been consistently unable to provide any shred of evidence to back up the complete bullshit they pull out of their rear end, for the simple reason that the evidence does not exist), there is absolutely no one else who can corroborate their numbers AT ALL.