Chrome Triples, Firefox Steady, Internet Explorer Still Dropping

Several tech news sites are highlighting the changes in browser share between September of last year to September of this year.

The numbers, from web tracker StatCounter, indicate that Firefox's growth is at a standstill (not bad, but not great news for Mozilla), Internet Explorer's share has dropped below 50 per cent (bad news for Microsoft), and Chrome's share has tripled in the last year (great news for Google). None of these trends are terribly new (they wouldn't be that meaningful if they weren't measured over time), but it's still interesting to watch how the tools we use to access the internet change over time.



    And if you filter by Australia and Browser Version you will see that IE6 is now less that 4% - a great justification for ignoring it.

    Wooooooooooooo. Go Chrome :D

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