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|2nd August 2010, 22:56||#1|
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IE gains market share at the expense of Firefox, Chrome
Now that we're past the halfway point of 2010, it's starting to become apparent that the browser trends we've noted over the past several months are no longer holding. Sure, Safari and Opera are still slowly gaining share, but the three big guys are restless. Firefox has started declining, Chrome's growth spurt seems to have been put on hold, and Internet Explorer experienced gains for the second month in a row.
Between June and July, Internet Explorer gained 0.42 percent (from 60.32 percent to 60.74 percent), smaller than June's gain, but still noteworthy. Firefox, meanwhile, dropped nearly a full percent (from 23.81 percent to 22.91 percent) and Chrome dipped 0.08 percent (from 7.24 percent to 7.16 percent). Safari increased 0.24 percent (from 4.85 percent to 5.09 percent) and Opera moved up 0.18 percent (from 2.27 percent to 2.45 percent).
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