Browser Wars

“Browser Wars” is a metaphor used to refer to the Market Share that each of the browsers have/enjoy (have it any way you please.) Here I compare how the same browsers compare in their share of this blog (Um yeah, I am a bit conceited.) Well anyway, here’s the data.

It is pretty obvious why IE has been losing out their market capitalization for a while now. You may not forgive me for presuming, but I’ll just assume you have and go right ahead (and like I’ve mentioned here, you would be better off forgiving.) In a blog visited almost entirely by the youth (but mainly engineers at that,) it is obvious that Mozilla and Google’s offerings have almost entirely overshadowed the Microsoft’s native Internet Explorer. This seems to suggest that any computer savvy person seems to prefer installing a browser besides IE.

While I keep track, I don’t often bother to change browsers just because something new is out. But it seems that even among the young folk, there are many who don’t seem to keep a track of their browsers and their updates. So I’m gonna go on one of my rants as to which browser to pick. In fact, I’m doing that even as you read this.

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3 Comments

  1. Permalink | Posted October 29, 2010 at 3:28 pm

    well.. as I see it, it’s got somethin of an attitude issue, the IE thing. Till a few years back, they wudn’t hav worked so hard on it cuz they thought “heck its the only browser anyway, n its pre-installed.” pre-installed just doesn’t work anymore.
    though I must say they’ve got a lot of things going fr them in the IE9 Beta.

  2. Permalink | Posted November 1, 2010 at 5:28 am

    wow mozilla seems to be pickin up fast ! :) , it ‘s so customizable tht IE doesnt stand a chance ! I ‘m a Mozillian :) hehe , once a mozillian , always a mozillian !! :)

  3. Permalink | Posted November 1, 2010 at 7:45 pm

    i must say i’m more surprised about how Chrome has taken so much market share considering it being introduced ~2 yrs back…
    with respect to that, Firefox has been around for 6 years!

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