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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.
Google ships 64-bit Chrome for OS X
Computerworld Australia / 8/6/14
That became moot Tuesday, when Google quietly promoted the 64-bit OS X browser to both the Canary and Dev channels. The former is rougher-edged than the latter, and updated daily; the Dev build updates less frequently -- once or twice a week on ...
Latest News: Google Chrome Faster On Mac OS X Thanks To 64-bit Support
Mobile Web User / 8/5/14
Recently, it was discovered that the browser is supporting another platform – Mac OS X. Developers and adopters who use Mac can now enjoy new features of the browser. What the browser does is it enables developers to experience a more stable browsing ...
Mac users can now get Chrome 64-bit too
Softonic EN / 8/5/14
Today, Google is giving Mac users access to the experimental browser too. There are few key advantages of a 64-bit version of Chrome. It allows the browser fully utilize your computer's processor, giving you an estimated 25% performance bump. Chrome ...
Google Chrome 64-bit Beta Version Now Available for Download
Yahoo News UK / 8/4/14
The company says that users' settings, data and bookmarks will be automatically ported to the 64-bit variant, once they install the new browser within their devices. This means that users will be spared the task of having to uninstall older versions (including ...
Google Chrome Now Number 2 In Browser Market Share At 20 Percent
Hot Hardware / 8/4/14
It's been a mini-roller coaster ride for Google's Chrome browser, which flirted with surpassing the 20 percent market share threshold around this time two years ago. Fast forward to today and Chrome has finally managed to leap over the hurdle, landing at ...
Google Chrome browser captures 20% market share for first time
HEXUS / 8/4/14
According to the most recent data from Net Applications, Google's Chrome browser has surpassed 20 per cent market share for the first time, reports ComputerWorld. In other Google Chrome news, beta versions of Chrome compiled for 64-bit computers were ...
IE6 finally drops below 4% in worl...
Neowin / 5/1/14
Microsoft has been trying for years to get the remaining users of Internet Explorer 6 to upgrade to more modern versions of the web browser. Today, there's word that the worldwide market share for IE6 has finally dropped down to below 4 percent compared to ...
Net Applications: Internet Explorer Now Holds 57.88% Of Worldwide Browser ...
WMPoweruser.com / 5/1/14
Net Applications: Internet Explorer Now Holds 57.88% Of Worldwide Browser Market Share, IE11 Shows Strong Growth. May 1, 2014 Microsoft ... Internet Explorer 8 remains the most popular browser in the market with about 20.85% market share… ... I am glad that you mentioned reviews and statistics of different variants of the famous casino game - online poker. ... As some people have already said until Microsoft show the way (Bing, Cortana, XBOX TV Guide, MS Stores) Microsoft need to stop looking inside USA .
UC Browser woos Indonesia, sees market share double to 11%
Tech in Asia / 4/29/14
UCWeb's internal data claims that one out of five mobile internet users in Indonesia has UC Browser installed on their feature phone or smartphone. Close to 50 percent of ... Firstly it's due to the data compression feature, which saves people money when using 2G/3G/4G and also speeds up loading times, and secondly it's thanks to the way the Chinese firm is adapting to the local market's demands. Soccer and music-related ... (See: 5 great browsers to replace your phone's stock browser). “Our primary strategy is to ...