03 Apr '12, 5am

Google Chrome Loses Market Share to Internet Explorer

In our latest installment of the browser wars , Microsoft's Internet Explorer (IE) has started to regain its share of the browser market at the expense of rival browsers, particularly Mozilla's Firefox and Google Chrome . IE has made a comeback this year, increasing its market share by 2 percent from December 2011 to March 2012 to 53.83 percent, according to the data from Net Applications . This follows a period of decreasing popularity between May and December last year for the browser, during which it lost more than 5 percent of its users. Firefox usage has generally declined since May 2011 to this March, falling roughly 2 percent to 20.55 percent of the market. Meanwhile, Google Chrome increased its user base between May and December last year by nearly 6 percent, but in recent months it has been losing users. Chrome now sits at 18.57 percent of the market. Apple's Safa...

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