~~54% market share~~ It wouldn't be so if IE was not a part of Microsoft's operating systems.
I use (and really like) 64-Bit WaterFox on my main rig. 64-Bit FireFox is on everything else, while all of them also have Chrome installed as well.
Dogs are great judges of character, and if your dog doesn't like somebody being around, you shouldn't trust them.
Pardon me, Paul, if I take NetMarketShare's figures *** grano salis. StatCounter, with a far more extensive network, reports that today, 3 July 2012, Chrome and IE are running neck and neck with about 34 % each, with Firefox behind at around 24 %. These figures represent the market shares among the top 5 browers ; Safari and Opera complete the picture with 8 % and around 2 %, respectively, with «Other» at about the same level as Opera. My impression is that NetMarketShare consistently overstates IE's share, which may please MS shareholders in the short term, but could prove disastrous in the long term....
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