Major browsers, such as Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari and Opera didn’t do well in February by losing market share. Net Applications have found that Chrome managed to attract more than a few new users and increased its market share by 0.39 percent on a month-over-month basis. Chrome beating all of its competitors is pretty impressive
This could be the beginning of a new trend since Microsoft is set to introduce its browser ballot box in Europe. It’s a safe bet to make that more people could give Chrome a try instead of the more popular choice of Firefox, Safari or Internet Explorer.
Net Applications hinted that this left Chrome with a market share of 5.1 percent. Internet Explorer had more than 61.58 percent of the market after it suffered a loss of 0.54 percent. Firefox lost 0. 20 percent, Safari lost 0.08 percent and Opera lost 0.03 percent.
It’ll be interesting to see if Chrome can maintain a strong momentum in March.