Internet Explorer was once the king of browsers, controlling more than 50 percent of the market for many years. The release of Firefox in 2002 changed that, but even its prominence didn’t last particularly long.
When Google Chrome was released in September of 2008, it started eating both Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox alive faster than anyone expected.
Another conference. “Great.”
This one’s different, trust us. Our new event for New York is focused on quality, not quantity.
Now, seven years on from its release, Chrome is used by more than 43 percent of Web users across desktop and mobile, according to Statcounter.
It’s incredibly zen with that soundtrack, and shows some interesting points — such as when Internet Explorer fought back briefly in 2013 and grew its share — as well as how Chrome accelerated over the years.
Google Chrome has come a long way since its humble beginnings, and has even pushed Mozilla into crisis as it attempts to stave off stagnation.
What do you use to browse the Web now? Let us know in the comments!