For many senior netizens, it’s certainly not a good idea to go back to the days when they were once dominated by Internet Explorer browsers. The good news is that in recent years, the New Force, represented by Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox, has greatly improved the Internet experience with features such as flexible, downloadable extensions such as “additional group prices).” According to the latest data from NetMarketShare, Chrome is once again a first choice for users surfing the web.
(From NetMarketShare, via Digi Info World)
In 2019, Google Chrome is ahead of all its competitors with a 67.15% share.
Mozilla Firefox was second at 9.07, with Microsoft IE and Edge at 7.68% and 5.36%, respectively.
This was followed by Apple Safari (3.91%), Sogou (1.60%), Opera and QQ (both 1.51%), and others.
There are many obvious reasons why Chrome continues to dominate the list. This includes developers adding new features to them as always, improving the privacy browsing experience and ease of use, and rich, flexible extensions.
Surprisingly, UC and Opera, the two “advertisers” ranked 10th and 8th, respectively.