This report displays information on web browser market share and usage. Also known as "browser wars", the statistics below
analyze the amount of market penetration attained by browsers such as Internet Explorer, FireFox, Safari and Google Chrome.
We only list browsers that have amassed at least 0.1% of the market
share during the selected time period.
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The term "browser wars" refers to the competition for dominance in the web browser marketplace. The term is used to denote two specific periods of time: the competition between market-dominating Netscape Navigator and its eventual defeat by Microsoft Internet Explorer during the late 1990s, and the competition from 2003 onwards between the dominating Internet Explorer and several other emerging browsers including Mozilla Firefox, Safari, Opera and, since mid-2008, Google Chrome.
Chrome for Android updated with integrated Google Translate
Mobile & Apps / 6/10/13
Chrome for Android now has a cool new feature via a recent update, one that should get some users excited. The feature in question is translation, which is integrated into the browser similarly to Chrome on the desktop. When a user comes across a website ...
IE10 beats Chrome and Firefox for eco-friendliness - ihotdesk
IT News / 6/10/13
Roger Capriotti, director of marketing for Windows, said: "It is one of our objectives to lead the industry in power requirements because the more efficiently a browser uses power, the longer a user can enjoy the web." Posted by Steven Gaskill Breaking news ...
Chrome and Firefox are planet-wreckers, IE cuddles dolphins
Register / 6/10/13
The reason for the study, other than Microsoft sending some cash The Fraunhofer Centre's way, is stated as being that "Internet browsing represents a large fraction of home computer use, so if computer power draw depends significantly on browser selection, ...
Microsoft Boasts Of (Tiny) Energy Saving With IE Browser
TechWeekEurope UK / 6/10/13
Microsoft has said that using its Internet Explorer (IE) browser will help save the environment because it uses less power. However, the difference compared with more popular browsers such as Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox is tiny.
Opera Software promotes SkyFire and OperaBoost in Brazil
Telecompaper (subscription) / 6/10/13
Opera Software is setting its sights on the Brailian market, where its Opera Mini mobile browser is used by 20 percent of internet users. Opera is releasing its SkyFire platform there, which adapts the quality of videos on the internet to the data capability of the ...
Opera Browser preview with Blink now available
Haverzine / 6/10/13
Opera_512x512 When Opera announced that they would be switching from their proprietary Presto rendering engine in favor of the more well supported and modern WebKit engine (the very same that Apple's Safari and Google's Chrome used at the time), ...
WWDC 2013: Apple Previews Next-Gen Safari Browser, iCloud Keychain
Maclife / 6/10/13
Now that Apple has made it clear that felines are on their way out with OS X Mavericks, the company showed off big improvements to the speed and performance of the next-generation Safari web browser that comes along with it. Apple's Craig Federighi took ...
Google integrates translation into Chrome for Android
GMA News / 6/9/13
Users of Android mobile devices can now have an easier time translating web pages, after Google integrated its translation bar into its latest Chrome browser for the platform. The latest Chrome Beta for Android now features the built-in translation bar similar to ...