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Submission + - IE9 Falls Below 10% Share, Firefox Hits 50-Month Low, Chrome Gains The Most

An anonymous reader writes: The second half of 2013s browser war has begun. The latest market share numbers from Net Applications show Chrome was the biggest winner last month. Between June and July, Internet Explorer gained 0.46 percentage points (from 56.15 percent to 56.61 percent), Firefox lost a solid 0.86 percentage points (from 19.15 percent to 18.29 percent), and Chrome grabbed 0.59 percentage points (from 17.17 percent to 17.76 percent). Safari meanwhile slipped 0.13 percentage points to 5.42 percent and Opera slipped 0.09 percentage points to 1.49 percent.
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IE9 Falls Below 10% Share, Firefox Hits 50-Month Low, Chrome Gains The Most

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