According to the latest browser usage data from NetApplications, Internet Explorer 11 has tripled its market share from 3.27% to 10.42%. This brings the total Internet Explorer market share to 57.91%, which is 0.45 percentage points less than what it was in the month of November.
Internet Explorer 11′s growth is at the cost of IE 10 and IE9′s and the fact that IE10 introduced automatic updates. As a result, Internet Explorer’s usage is down by 6.45 percentage points to 11.05%.
Firefox, too, lost a bit of its market share. In December, the Mozilla-made browser’s usage slipped by 0.19 percentage points. Overall, Firefox boasts 18.35% market share down from 18.54% In November.
On the other end of the scale is Chrome, which has gained three quarters of a point (0.78%, to be exact) and in December stands with a 16.22% market share. Safari and Opera saw their market shares remain flat with both losing 0.08 and 0.06 percentage points, respectively.
Source | Via