Firefox continues to gain as Internet Explorer, Chrome slide
Firefox is still fighting back. After dipping below 20 percent share in May, it looked like the browser was sure to relinquish its silver medal position to Chrome. June saw a surprise turnaround and that’s continued into July.
Internet Explorer stays in gold with a 53.90 percent share of the desktop market, down 0.10 point from June. Firefox is up 0.14 points to 20.2 percent. Chrome picks up the bronze with an 18.9 percent share, down 0.18 points from a month ago. Safari is up 0.17 points to 4.90 percent, and Opera essentially unchanged, down 0.01 points to 1.59 percent.