2010 web browser market share statistics

Statistics by Net Applications have revealed the web browser market share for November 2010. Explorer still makes up over 50 percent but usage is decreasing

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Recent statistics by Net Applications has revealed the web browser usage share statistics for November 2010.

According to the report;

Internet Explorer has seen a continued decline in usage. Although Explorer still dominates over 58 percent of the overall market share, it’s the lowest it has been since January 2010.

However, although on the decline – Microsoft still has more than double the market share its closest rival, Mozilla Firefox.

Meanwhile, usage of Google’s Chrome browser continues to rise, with a record market share of over 9.3 percent. An impressive share considering it’s only been available for Mac and Linux users for about 12 month.

Apple’s Safari is up slightly for the month with a 5.3% share of the browser market.

You can see the 2010 market share statistics below;

market share browsers

It will be interesting to see how the rise of the ‘social browser’ effects these rankings, can the likes of RockMelt and Flock ever make it in to the top five?

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