Internet Explorer

The web browsers on Microsoft recovered ground in the month of July at the expense of its maximum competitor: Mozilla’s Firefox. Only a few tenths of a rising but they manage to stop the bleeding of market share after a negative trend that culminated in May with setbacks below 60 percent. On the other hand, Firefox loses almost one percentage point in July, the biggest drop in the last six months after touching ceiling at the end of 2009. The battle for the market for web browsers is ongoing although with some variations. It is true that needed time to know if the trend changes described are consolidated but seem to move in that direction according to the data displayed by the NetApplications web analysis firm. Internet Explorer, after the biggest drop in its history since it began to monopolize the market after the Defenestration of Netscape, seems that slows down bleeding after an increase in quota in the past two months and the sum of the issues 6, 7 and 8 return again over 60 per cent of market share.

With the new IE 9, an improved browser version mainly in speed and compatibility, Microsoft expects to recover market, although the final version would not come until 2011. Firefox, the second in discord, loses nine tenths and is the third month of declines, in an expansion slowed down both by Internet Explorer by Chrome. Even so, it occupies 23 per cent of market share and since Mozilla they aspire to more new version increased 4.0 full of new features and enhancements available later this year. Chrome for its part, maintains quota after the spectacular rise in early 2010. It is the browser that has grown in the last year and currently occupies according to 7.16 per cent of market share statistics. Google continues improving it version to version and expects much of the new version 6.0. Apple’s Safari also slowly continues to climb and intends to continue doing so after the release of version 5.0.1 which finally – enables the use of extensions.

It is the only one that has grown every month last year while outside computers Mac does not seem that it will become relevant against the first three. In July it surpassed 5 percent of market share. The Norwegian web browser Opera also grew up 2.45 percent of market share after the launch of version 10.60 although its presence in computers is still nothing short of testimonial, not in its mobile versions than if occupied a relevant position in the market. Source: Original author and source of the article.