In the Browser Game, Open Source Players Continue to Define the Pace

As 2010 draws to a close, one of the biggest open source stories of the year continues to be the ongoing decline in market share of Microsoft’s Internet Explorer browser, as Google Chrome and Firefox take share from it. According to new data from Net Applications, Internet Explorer, which once had over 80 percent share among browsers, dropped to 58.44 percent share in the month of November, compared to over 63 percent share at the same time last year. Meanwhile, Google Chrome and Firefox have healthy share in one of the most vital application spaces.

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