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Google’s Chrome share of views at TechSpot, surpasses Opera

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Google Analytics started tracking Chrome visitors just recently which can give us a preliminary but still very incomplete view of the market share the search giant has been able to build from scratch, out of a very celebrated launch of the browser.

As I commented earlier on, this will have to be measured on the short term of at least a couple of months instead of a few days.

For sure Google has got the word out big time, but real success comes when people actually stick to the browser rather than trying it out for a little while and going back to their usual browser of choice.

Here’s some stats from TechSpot visitors for the past couple of days…

Chrome browser share

Chrome browser share

Written by Julio Franco

September 5th, 2008 at 4:30 am

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  1. People still use Mozilla and Netscape… Now that is unbelievable…

    I’m an Opera fan all the way although I do use Firefox on a regular basis.

    Emperor

    6 Sep 08 at 10:00 am

  2. Yeah, thats quite odd. I am using Opera, and will only use Opera. FF just got annoying for personal reasons.

    Chris

    6 Sep 08 at 5:27 pm

  3. I’m looking forward to trying Chrome when it hits a full 1.0 release, but I doubt I’ll stop using Opera. After all the cool add-ons I’ve heard about in FF that just can’t be had in Opera still not swaying me thanks to it being vastly superior in every way that matters, I don’t think chrome will have what it takes either.

    Keen

    4 Nov 08 at 6:23 pm



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