Google Chrome market share on a steady downfall
They’re back. Microsoft’s Internet Explorer and Mozilla’s Firefox lost some users with the debut of Google’s Chrome browser, but they are returning. Just three weeks after its launch, Chrome is seen as not so polished and is losing some users, according to Net Applications, an Internet tracking company.
Net Applications tracked 40,000 sites and found that Chrome made up .77 percent of the browsers visiting the sites, down from .85 percent last week. And down substantially from 1.4 percent in the first week of its release, according to Nielsen Online.
Chrome’s numbers, like those of Mozilla’s Firefox and Apple’s Safari, increase after working hours and then fall as employees hit their desks the next day.