So, Chrome is ten years old. Officially in the double-digits. Soon it’ll be getting wispy chin-hairs and its voice will be cracking. That said, Google’s browser has accomplished a lot in the ten years that it’s been around. It went from a latecomer in the Browser Wars, with just a 1-per cent market share early on launch, and now it’s the most-used browser in the world, with around 60-per cent market share. We thought we’d take a look back at the few of the ways it became so dominant.