In the second full month of availability for the new Firefox 4 and Internet Explorer 9, clear trends are starting to emerge. Firefox users are upgrading; Internet Explorer users are not. And Internet Explorer’s slide is continuing unabated.
Microsoft’s browser is down 0.84 points to 54.27 percent. Firefox is up a fraction, gaining 0.08 points to 21.71 percent. Chrome saw gains of 0.58 points to 12.52 percent. Safari too is up a little with a 7.28 percent market share, up 0.13 points. Opera dropped 0.11 points to 2.03 percent.
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Microsoft and Mozilla’s continuing Chrome conundrum