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Google's browser has passed Safari in terms of worldwide browser usage--at least by one measurement.

NetApplications' measurements of browser usage share, which track which browsers individuals use based on visits to the company's network of Web sites, gave Chrome the third-place spot after No. 1 Internet Explorer and No. 2 Firefox for the week of December 6 through 12, according to a Computerworld story Tuesday. Chrome had 4.4 percent share to Safari's 4.37 percent.

Google released beta versions of Chrome for Mac OS X and Linux on December 8. Earlier, only developer channel versions had been available. Google plans to release the "stable" versions January 12, according to the Chromium development calendar.

Take these usage share numbers with a grain of salt. Even though 0.03 percentage points still is a lot of people in the real world, it is a small fraction, and a change in Net Applications' assumptions in August led to share changes two orders of magnitude more dramatic. Weekly statistics also vary: Although Firefox cleared 25 percent share in one week of November, it averaged only 24.72 percent for the overall month.

I've asked various browser makers about how trustworthy they view NetApplications' statistics to be. The answers generally are favorable but not ringing endorsements.

Regardless of the precise details, though, the Chrome trajectory is upward: its November usage share was 3.93 percent to Safari's 4.36 percent.

And although Google relied on word of mouth for promoting its original online search product, it's taking a more active role with Chrome. The latest example: a "Chrome for Christmas" site that lets people send invitations to download Chrome.

Firefox proved that a browser not bundled with an operating system can be successful, and Chrome could show the idea isn't a fluke if its growth continues.



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Post on Wed Dec 16, 2009 6:45 pm by Jason

I have been using Chrome as my personal browser for some time and if only more people would try it they will find just like I have that its the superior browser. I cant see the market share going down any time soon and the trend will continue to go only one way and thats up wards. On a side note those chrome themes are pants I was looking recently.

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Post on Wed Dec 16, 2009 9:57 pm by karkooshy

I prefer safari xD
don't know why but it seems alot more user friendly to me...
its a truble enough finding the history in chrome >.<
(I'm not used to it...)
or is maybe becuz I use a mac xP
anyways I can't believe IE is number one 0_0
that sux....

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Post on Wed Dec 16, 2009 10:11 pm by Jason

If you have a Mac i would say continue using Safari for those on Windows get Chrome you wont be disappointed. I know I wasn’t and I for one wont be going back.

A new apple store opened in my local shopping centre every time i pass find myself pushed inside to get one so I might be joining you.

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Post on Wed Dec 16, 2009 11:56 pm by MrMario

There is some kind of news going on about browsers that my programming teacher told me.

They had a competition on who can hack each browser the fastest and disable it.

Safari lost in 30 secs
IE 3 mins
FireFox about 15 mins
Chrome couldn't even get into it. Chrome has some crazy security in it.

So what does that tell you?

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Post on Thu Dec 17, 2009 1:44 pm by karkooshy

Macs don't need browser protection xD
I don't even run an anti-virus on mine >.<

I know it is possible to get a virus on macs
but when compared to windows the possibilities range from very little to none...
Even though macintosh said it wasn't possible, I don't believe any operating system is 100% safe Smile

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Post on Thu Dec 17, 2009 4:00 pm by Jason

If the world was using Macs instead of PCs, the hackers would be attacking the Macs time would be spent building viruses it’s a numbers game..

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