The Chrome Assault: IE’s Walls Are Crumbling

Internet Explorer 8 suffered an unexpected loss of market share in October – for the first since the browser became generally available as a beta in March of 2008. The reason is not so much the launch of the IE9 Beta, but a strong adoption rate of Google Chrome, which is now set to break the 10% mark by the end of the year. In Europe, Firefox is ready to take the lead from Microsoft. At this time, IE9 cannot stop IE’s bleeding of browser market share — via

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