Internet Explorer is rising again with IE11 exceeding IE10. The users from Google Chrome also increased while Firefox drops.
Net Applications offers a monthly issue from the users of Web browsers on desktop. In January, Internet Explorer and Google Chrome both recorded an increase of 0.3 and 0.06 respectively.
The share of Internet Explorer users stood at 58.21% and Google Chrome at 16.28%. Between the two is the Firefox which is interposed with 18.08%. However, the Mozilla browser continues to lose points (-0.27 points in January). For Safari, the situation is quite stable and has a market share of 5.8% of users. Opera drops to 1.28%.
Internet Explorer leads for the month of December and was marked by a sharp increase in IE11 doing particularly following its availability on Windows 7.
According to Net Applications, which is based on data from 160 million unique visitors per month to 40,000 Web sites, the Web browser remains number 1, ie; IE8 (21.25%). Compatible with Windows XP to Windows 7, the browser seems to enjoy the odd rebound for Windows XP.