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Submission + - IE And Firefox Gain, While Chrome Loses Users For Third Month In A Row 1

An anonymous reader writes: November 2012 wasn’t too crazy a month for browsers, but there were some notable milestones. It was the first full month of IE10 availability. Mozilla launched Firefox 17 and Google released Chrome 23. Between October and November, Internet Explorer gained an impressive 0.63 percentage points. Firefox meanwhile regained its recent losses, grabbing 0.45 percentage points, while Chrome fell a whopping 1.31 percentage points (more than in September and October combined). Safari gained 0.04 percentage points and even Opera managed to pick up 0.07 percentage points.
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IE And Firefox Gain, While Chrome Loses Users For Third Month In A Row

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  • The statistics from Net Applications used in this article are gamed.
    They incorrectly interpret CIA Internet Users data to "weigh" the data.
    If you look at statcounter, which has no weighing, you will actually see that Chrome market share increased.

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