first_imgPersonally I have never been a fan of Google Chrome, preferring Firefox and Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 8 (well, when I am forced to use it by some 3rd party software).However, it seems that January was a good month for the search engine giant as its Chrome browser took 10 percent of the market share, which in turn helped Safari and Firefox close the gap over the domination of Internet Explorer.AdChoices广告The latter has seen a 4 percent drop in the last 10 months (resulting in a low of 56 percent of the browser market), but as Firefox has not been able to capitalize on this downfall this has left the smaller browsers, such as Chrome, to take a nice slice of the proverbial pie.Mind you, with FireFox 4 due out later this month (along with some new nifty features such as tabs that can reside in the Windows title bar and support for IndexedDB, Google’s success could be short-lived.Read more at Infoworldlast_img

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