It appears that Google Chrome finally overtook Microsoft Internet Explorer as the world's most popular browser last week — at least according to statistics fromthe web analytics service Statcounter. As TNW points out, measuring this kind of usage is hardly a perfect science, but as you can see from the trend line in the graph above, this is the way things have been going for some time now. Just when Internet Explorer was starting to get better? [Statcounter via Global Nerdy via The Next Web]
Google Chrome Just Beat Out Internet Explorer As The Most Used Browser
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