According to Net Applications, Internet Explorer has fallen from October’s figure of 71.27 percent to 69.77 percent, while Firefox managed to gain from October’s 19.97 percent to have a percentage of 20.78 percent for November – managing to break the 20% margin. Meanwhile, Opera and Chrome still battle for fourth place, while Safari still continues to be in third place.
After Google launched the Chrome browser (which is based on the same software Safari is built upon), people are now looking at these figures very closely. However, while Chrome managed to grow (along with Safari and Firefox), IE and Opera had dropped in November’s figures. A pie chart can be viewed below: