Windows 8.x breaks 10 percent, Internet Explorer 11 makes a splash

In 2013, Internet Explorer reversed some of its historic losses, Google released of Chrome for Android, and Windows 8 surpassed OS X and Windows Vista to become the third most widely used desktop operating system.

Compared to last month, Internet Explorer actually fell slightly, declining by 0.45 points. Firefox, Safari, and Opera also fell, down 0.19, 0.08, and 0.06 points, respectively. The month’s winner was Chrome, which picked up 0.78 points.

Over the course of the entire year, Internet Explorer was up 3.14 points on 2012. Firefox was down 1.47 points. Chrome was also down by 1.82 points. Safari rose 0.58 points.

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via Ars Technica


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