Chrome still pushing forward, IE8 falls below 30%, IE6 falls below 10%

By Emil
Aug 1, 2011
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  1. With IE9, Firefox 5, and Chrome 12 all out, the second browser war is only getting fiercer. Let's take a look at the market share numbers for last month.

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  2. Tip: Opera has less market, but is best browser !!!
    ;)
  3. Xclusiveitalian

    Xclusiveitalian TechSpot Guru Posts: 656   +35

    Safari Is the worst browser ever! IE is even better than it! Chrome is the best.
  4. darkzelda

    darkzelda Newcomer, in training Posts: 62   +7

    I couldn't agree more. Opera is far far better than the others.
  5. The IE share numbers don't add up. It only comes to 51.6%. Might want to confirm the information given to you for this article.
  6. Would be interesting to see the Market share of other browsers, e.g. Maxthon. Maxthon has a huge share, manly in China and India - Net Applications only displays half the data, if not taking those markets into account
  7. lol - "IE" includes ie5, as well as some rounding that is not shown
  8. Arris

    Arris TechSpot Evangelist Posts: 4,508   +81

    I'm still in the 1.65%, avid Opera fan :)
  9. Chrome is scary. Everything you type is transmitted to google and stored there - for eternity. My company just banned it.
  10. Chrome is the worst! It did everything from not allowing me to sign in to websites like facebook, Yahoo! and even my bank, to slowing down my computer and making everything stop responding. Once I wiped it from my computer and switched to Firefox everything went back to working normally. I will NEVER consider google ever again.
  11. Zecias

    Zecias TechSpot Booster Posts: 202

    are you sure that you didn't just get a virus?...... cuz thats what it sounds like
  12. Go Chrome GO! It's only a matter of time until it steals 2nd place from Firefox
  13. yorro

    yorro TechSpot Enthusiast Posts: 242

    Luxury and Necessity.
     
  14. I still can't believe Chrome 12 is actually the world's 2nd most popular browser, right behind IE8 and just just above Firefox 5!!


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