September, 2015 Desktop Market Share: Google Chrome, Safari, Opera – Up, Internet Explorer, Firefox – Down
After focusing on the Microsoft Edge specifically in our last post, it’s time to pick up the pace and reveal the rest of the desktop market share numbers.
Starting with someday to be abandoned Internet Explorer, Microsoft’s web browser market share continues to decline, this time from 52.17% to 51.59% (0.58-point decrease).
Next is Chrome, which is dangerously close to the 30% mark, up from 29.49% to 29.86% this time (0.37-point increase).
Firefox on the other hand is swinging to the opposite direction, down again (by 0.22-point), from 11.68% to 11.46%.
As far as Safari goes, nothing new or unexpected, still consolidating around the 5% mark, up from 4.97% to 5.08% (0.11-point increase).
Lastly, Opera for desktop, which is struggling to stay relevant, last month its market share went up by 0.07 point, from 1.27% to 1.34%.
That’s all for now, folks.
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