Internet Explorer 8 dropped under 65%, revealed Statistics by Janco

Statistics offered by Janco Associates reveal that in February 2010, Internet Explorer has dropped under 65%. Janco notes that from February 2009 to February 2010, IE dropped 6.21%, from 70.99% to 64.78%. “The major findings are that in the last 12 months Microsoft's browser market share has continued to erode - Microsoft lost over 6% […]

Statistics offered by Janco Associates reveal that in February 2010, Internet Explorer has dropped under 65%. Janco notes that from February 2009 to February 2010, IE dropped 6.21%, from 70.99% to 64.78%. “The major findings are that in the last 12 months Microsoft's browser market share has continued to erode - Microsoft lost over 6% in the last 12 months; Firefox's market share is unchanged for the last 12 months; Google Desktop and Chrome now have just under 6%; and Netscape is no more,” reads an excerpt from Browser and Operating System Market Share White Paper. Mozilla’s Firefox is runner up on the browser market with a share of 17.38%; although Janco gives another 1.73% share to Mozilla on top of that of Firefox. Another open source browser has taken the third position, this time from Google, Janco claiming that Chrome is up to 5.78%. Safari is next with 1.39%, followed by Opera with just 0.41%.