Google's Chrome browser, which doesn't come pre-installed on any computer, has leapt past Internet Explorer, which is pre-installed in over 90% of all computers, to become the most popular web browser.
This comes from StatCounter, which tracks web traffic through its own widget. It's not a perfect data set, but it seems to be as good as any other, and most other analytics groups seem to be illustrating the same trend.
Well, it's official. Or at least it's official if you believe in StatCounter's data. Google's Chrome web browser has overtaken Microsoft's Internet Explorer. For real this time. Maybe. The stat-counting firm compiled data for the we... Read Post
Google's Chrome browser just became the globe's most popular, beating Internet Explorer 8, StatCounter reports. Read Post