Between December and January, Internet Explorer gained 0.37 percentage points (from 54.77 percent to 55.14 percent)and Firefox was up 0.12 percentage points (from 19.82 percent to 19.94 percent). Chrome meanwhile fell a whopping 0.56 percentage points (from 18.04 percent to 17.48 percent), though it gained more share the previous month. Safari didn’t budge at all and Opera picked up 0.04 percentage points.

Between December and January, Internet Explorer gained 0.37 percentage points (from 54.77 percent to 55.14 percent)
and Firefox was up 0.12 percentage points (from 19.82 percent to 19.94 percent). Chrome meanwhile fell a whopping 0.56 percentage points (from 18.04 percent to 17.48 percent), though it gained more share the previous month. Safari didn’t budge at all and Opera picked up 0.04 percentage points.

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    How is IE still #1 in the world??!?!
  9. bigasoft said: i prefer chrome and firefox
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    #IE browser
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