Consumers Desert Windows Explorer For Google Chrome

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Consumers are continuing to desert their Windows Explorer browser in favour of Google Chrome despite major Explorer upgrades.

Consumers are continuing to desert their Windows Explorer browser in favour of Google Chrome despite major Explorer upgrades.

New research by StatCounter shows that Windows Explorer market share has dropped from 53% to 44%; demand for the Google browser has risen from 15% to 20%, while demand for Firefox has fallen from 31 percent to 28%.

StatCounter measured ‘actual usage and not just the number of downloads for each browser, making Chrome’s leap from under three per cent two years ago to 20 per cent today all the more impressive’, said TechRadar.

Safari and Opera have both stayed pretty steady at around 5 per cent and 1 per cent respectively.

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