Browser : share market 2009
Microsoftâ€™s Internet Explorer 8 has been available for 18 days and remains the companyâ€™s weakest web browser at launch since version 3. While the software now seems to be close to 4% market share, it appears to be unable to stop the bleeding of other IE versions. Since the beginning of the year, Mozillaâ€™s Firefox has picked up more than half of the users IE lost; the other half went to Appleâ€™s Safari and Googleâ€™s Chrome. This trend is evident in new market share numbers published by Net Applications and StatCounter, which show that Firefox hit a new record market share in March.