Chrome almost doubled its market share this year taking percentage points from both Internet Explorer and Firefox
Google's Chrome browser continues its steady upward climb in browser market share, according to a report published today by NetApplications.
A big part of that share acceleration was Chrome 7, which registered strong growth since its launch a few months ago.
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 version upgrade is also indicative that Chrome's audience is made up of a significant portion of early adopters... More
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