Open Source Browsers Continue to Grab Market Share

We’ve made the point many times that open source browsers are leading the way in terms of innovation, and that has had a big impact on Microsoft’s Internet Explorer browser, which used to have over 80 percent share of the browser market. Now, new Net Applications data shows that Internet Explorer has less than 60 percent of the browser market. Meanwhile, Google’s Chrome browser–while it doesn’t yet command a huge part of the market–continues to see adoption grow at a swift rate.

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