The return of Internet Explorer
Internet Explorer does not drop more, Chrome does not increase further, the world of browsers is experiencing a major turnaround compared to 2011.
Internet Explorer and Google Chrome chronic down to the Olympus of the browser. This situation seemed destined to grow stronger over time, but the numbers seem to read something rather than describing a sudden U-turn.
And so the Internet Explorer back to gain positions, Firefox slows down who had made dangerous and Chrome reverses the triumphant ride that had brought it close to the top of the class.
The data are signed by NetApplication. Internet Explorer back to 53.83% after hitting bottom in December with 51.87%, Firefox loses 0.4%, but the month of February, it was closed in making it less active important to the fall; Chrome scored the third consecutive good results going from 19.11% in December to 18.57% today. Safari is confirmed at around 5% market share while Opera does not budge from 1, 6% reaffirming its position as fifth in the sector.
The turnaround could be the result of multiple causes. First is the daughter of a mere calculation, with which NetApplication went to erode the share that Chrome obtained thanks to the pre-rendering of pages and that has no reason to be counted in this statistic. Also could be the daughter of a strong advertising campaign that Microsoft is looking for some countries to point out its IE9, not surprisingly, the browser version in more dust.
The last six months has seen the situation so settle on a new balance. The next element will break the release of Windows 8 , that the autumn will bring new life to the Microsoft world and potentially the presence of Internet Explorer in the industry that has dominated for many years despite Firefox, Chrome, and even in spite of antitrust sanctions of the European Commission.
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