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Internet Explorer sees renewed usage share growth
Eventually, Microsoft's renewed efforts to curb Internet Explorer's decline in popularity ought pay off. In fact, they may already be. IE marketing chief Ryan Gavin blogged yesterday that the web browser saw global usage share growth in June, according to figures from Net Applications. That's good news for a browser whose usage share has been sinking steadily for several years now.
Net Applications says IE's piece of the pie grew slightly from 59.8% in May to 60.3% in June. Over the same time period, both Firefox and Opera dropped, while Google Chrome and Safari enjoyed continued growth. Chrome has been doing particularly well, growing by 2.5 points over the past six months alone, although it's still a relatively minor player with just a 7.2% total share.
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