Firefox browser's market share crosses 25% Buzz this

Posted by Prasada Martala Dec 24, 2009



Firefox and other browsers have been gaining market share at the expense of Microsoft's IE. For the first time, Firefox's browser market share crossed 25% in the week of Nov 10.

According to statistics from Net Applications for November, Internet Explorer's market share is 63.62%, while Firefox is at number two with 24.72%.  As you can see from the chart below, Firefox gained 10% market share within a span of two years, while Internet Explorer lost more than 15% during the same period.  Safari and Chrome browsers continue to increase their market share as iPhone and Android based phones become more popular.



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