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Google Chrome: Has It Peaked?
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OtherJimDonahue
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10/8/2013 | 2:27:39 PM
re: Google Chrome: Has It Peaked?
Hey, nothing lasts forever. Chrome is my favorite browser now. But if you'd asked me a year ago, I'd have told you I'd never give up Firefox. And yes, before that I used IE. And before that Netscape. Sooner or later, I'm sure I'll find something I like better than Chrome--it's inevitable.
Lorna Garey
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10/8/2013 | 5:04:57 PM
re: Google Chrome: Has It Peaked?
Security also plays in Chrome's favor, right? I know there are exploits, but they seem fewer and less dire than IE and FF.
ChrisMurphy
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10/8/2013 | 5:37:09 PM
re: Google Chrome: Has It Peaked?
I have always felt totally indifferent to browsers, so I'll use any of the big four that happens to be in front of me. I feel pretty much the same way about cars. I suspect that reveals something very bad about me.
David F. Carr
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10/8/2013 | 8:31:08 PM
re: Google Chrome: Has It Peaked?
What do you suppose Chrome would have to add or improve to keep growing?
MattS866
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10/8/2013 | 9:20:22 PM
re: Google Chrome: Has It Peaked?
Your graph from NetMarketShare doesn't resemble ANY credible browser OS trends that I've seen. Trends that I've seen tend to show Chrome steadily gaining in market share since its inception, with IE steadily losing market share ever since Firefox entered the scene.
Thomas Claburn
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Thomas Claburn,
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10/8/2013 | 11:06:18 PM
re: Google Chrome: Has It Peaked?
Take a look at StatCounter then:
http://gs.statcounter.com/

Internet Explorer looks like it's starting to bounce back.


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