Internet Explorer 11 jumps to 15.71% market share, while Internet Explorer 8 remains at the top
New data from Net Applications for the month of March 2014 has been released, showcasing just how well Microsoft’s Internet Explorer browser has performed. According to the data, the company’s latest browser, Internet Explorer 11, has seen an increase in market share brining it to 15.71% for the month of March. However, Internet Explorer 8 remains at the top of the charts.
Internet Explorer 11 now holds a 15.71% share, compared to the previous month’s 12.80%. Internet Explorer 8 remains at the top with a 21.14% share, compared to the previous month’s 21.73%. Clearly, Internet Explorer 11 is on track to overtake Internet Explorer 8 and become the top browser.
Google’s Chrome 33 holds a 12.67% share, while Mozilla’s Firefox 27 holds a 10.55% share. Internet Explorer 10, which is the default browser on Windows 8, currently holds a 7.12% share.
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