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Archive for 2010-12-01

Google Chrome 7.0 Second Largest Monthly Usage Share Gain in Tracking History

Google Chrome 7.0 gained 5.64% global usage share in November, which is the second highest monthly gain in our tracking history.  The record is still held by Firefox 3.6, which gained 6.09% from February to March, 2010.

The Decline of Internet Explorer 6.0

In September, we reported that IE6 share was dropping off in much of the world.  In November, IE6 share dropped to 14.55% (including editions).  Much of that share remains in China where IE6 usage share is 45.20%.  With business users, IE6 share has dropped even more substantially as IE8 has the largest usage share of any browser in businesses with 34.1% usage share versus 10.3% for IE6 worldwide in November.  For more details on commercial vs. residential data, please contact us.

Excluding China, IE6 share is as follows: