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January 5, 2009

IE loses more ground


by David Allen

Microsoft is still losing ground in the internet browser market according to figures from analyst NetApplications.

Once again, Microsoft had to sit back and watch their market share dwindle to just sixty eight per cent in December, while back in May their market share was seventy four per cent.

Since those early days when Microsoft ruled the internet they have seen a gang of three develop - Safari from Apple, Firefox from Mozilla and Chrome from the search giant Google.

Firefox is the real winner with its market share growing from eighteen per cent to twenty one per cent, while Apple Safari’s share has grown two per cent to eight per cent.

It is Google Chrome that has disappointed in the early days since its recent launch.

Its share of just one per cent is making little impact on any of the other browsers.

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