Chrome's growth comes at the expense of Internet Explorer, which dropped to under 60% for the first time since it crushed Netscape in the 90's.
Google's Open source Chrome Browser, which is available on Mac, Windows and Linux went from 6.1% of the browser market to 6.7%, a hearty gain, especially in the month where Apple (AAPL) sold a million Safari-browsing iPads.
The stats, according to NetApplications who follow browsing habits on their 40,000+ web servers, are part of a larger trend away from Microsoft's (MSFT) Internet Explorer (which dropped .7 percentage points this month) and to Open Source browsers like Firefox, Chrome, Opera and Safari.
Google proves that it can dish it out as well as host viral videos with two new catchy spots for its Chrome Browser.
Today the search giant released two more videos to promote its Chrome browser, and by extension, its upcoming ChromeOS:
The fist video
These aren't the first videos that Google have used to promote their web browser. They've got a Youtube channel.
Google Chome surpassed Apple's (AAPL) Safari to become the MOREApr 21, 2010 5:09 PM ET
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