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IE market share drops under 70 percent

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Firefox goes over 20 percent


Microsoft's
browser market share has dropped to under 70 percent, while Mozilla's Firefox has gone over 20 percent for the first time.

Apple is seated third, and its Safari browser has a market share of 7.13 percent. Google's Chrome is a bit of a disappointments. While the adoption rate was quite rapid following its introduction, it seems most users just had a fling with Google, and its market share is currently just 0.83 percent. Opera currently has a market share of 0.71 percent.

Firefox is believed to have a much higher share among home users than corporate ones.

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