Global usage Internet Explorer down but Firefox and Google Chrome up according to OneStat.com
Amsterdam - April 6 2009 - OneStat.com (http://www.onestat.com), the number one provider of real-time intelligence web analytics, today reported that the global usage share of Internet Explorer has decreased and the global usage shares of Google's Chrome and Firefox has increased.
Microsoft's Internet Explorer dominates the browser market with a global usage share of 79.79 percent. In November 2008 the total global usage share of Microsoft's Internet Explorer was 81.36 percent. In February 2008 the total global usage share of Microsoft's Internet Explorer was 83.27 percent. The most popular browser on the internet is Explorer 7 with a global usage share of 59.69 percent.
Mozilla's global usage share has increased 0.92 percent since November. The global usage share of Mozilla is 15.59 percent.
Google's Chrome browser global usage share has increased 0.32 percent since November and has a global usage share of 0.86 percent.
The most popular browsers on the web are:
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Methodology: A global usage share of xx percent for browser Y means that xx percent of the visitors of Internet users arrived at sites that are using one of OneStat.com's services by using browser Y. All numbers mentioned in the research are averages of last week and all measurements are normalised to the GMT timezone. Research is based on a sample of 2 million visitors divided into 20,000 visitors of 100 countries each day.
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