It originally must have seemed like an impossible quest. Starting a fight against the behemoth that is Internet Explorer. Even fighting for the #2 share against the ever-popular choice in the tech world, Mozilla Firefox.
Two years later, Google Chrome has reached 20.7% of global market share – up from only 2.8% in June 2009. In that same time period, Internet Explorer has fallen from 59% to 44%, while Firefox has dropped slightly, from 30% to 28%.
It’s officially a 3 man race, with only 1 competitor still gaining speed. And for those of us who use Google Chrome, it’s slightly confusing why more people haven’t switched. Do we need to start going door to door evangelizing the clearly better Internet navigator?