StatCounter, the web traffic analysis tool, has been busy with its research in finding out who’s currently leading the browser market. You can probably remember in May when we said that the tool revealed Google Chrome overtaking Microsoft’s Internet Explorer in the most used browser category. Well, it looks like StatCounter’s latest results from the period of July 2011 to July 2012 hasn’t changed much.
According to StatCounter, Chrome is still leading the race with a 33.81 score – that’s more than one third of the worldwide browser market. Trailing behind Chrome are Internet Explorer with 32.04, Firefox at 23.73, Safari with 7.12, and Opera at 1.72. In July last year, Internet Explorer topped the charts with a 42.45 score. Chrome and Firefox followed in with 22.14 and 27.95 respectively. The analysis also shows Safari declining from its 5.17 score last year and Opera slowly improving with a 1.72 score, up from 1.66 last year in July.
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