Archive for 2010-07-01
In May, Internet Explorer reversed its trend in the U.S. and gained usage share. In June, the trend reversal has become global. Internet Explorer gained .57% in June across all operating systems with Internet Explorer 8.0 gaining .86% (revised from .66% - see recent changes) globally. The gains come primarily at the expense of Firefox (-.51%). Chrome's pace of usage share gains slowed to +.2% for June.
The gains for IE were the largest in Europe and Asia:
Internet Explorer in Europe: +.88%
Internet Explorer in Asia: +.81%
This increase may be the result of a marketing campaign. In early June, Microsoft launched their "Confidence
" campaign aimed at showing the security features of Internet Explorer 8.
Browser usage share on the iOS platform vs. Android.