Google Chrome now accounts for more than 70% of the desktop browser market

Netmarketshare released the Operating System and Global Browser Market Share Report for June 2020. This month’s figures show that Windows 10’s share was 58.93 percent, up from 57.83 percent the previous month. Windows 7’s share continued to decline from 24.28% to 23.35%, while Microsoft’s Windows operating system as a whole remained at 86.69%.

MacOS shares fell from 9.68 percent to 9.22 percent, while Linux continued to mysteriously rise from 3.17 percent to 3.61 percent, while ChromeOS had a share of 0.41 percent.

On the browser side, Chrome’s market share is at 70 per cent for the first time, with 70.19 per cent now, Microsoft Edge slightly rising from 7.86 per cent to 8.07 per cent and Mozilla Firefox up from 7.23 per cent to 7.58 per cent.

The 70 per cent share is an almost staggering number that almost dominates the market, which reminds us of Netscape and later IE.

Google Chrome now accounts for more than 70% of the desktop browser market

Google Chrome now accounts for more than 70% of the desktop browser market