Contact Us | Log In | View Demo | Sign Up  

Web Browser Usage Statistics

Browser market share and market penetration by version

The data below is based upon the version market share for the browser(s) you selected. Please remember that we only display web browser versions that tallied at least 0.1% of the overall market share for these selected browsers:
  • Internet Explorer
To modify the list of selected browsers, please return to the main web browser market share report and make your new selections in the "Report Drill-Downs" section underneath the graph/chart.
Date Range Interval Chart Type Browser Operating System Search Engine Connection
Oct '13 - Mar '14 monthly 3D Pie All Browsers All Operating Systems All Search Engines All Connections

Sorry, no results were found for the report you are attempting to run.
Try removing any applied filters above.

If you have a question as to why no results are being displayed, or you would like to request a new report to add to this site, please always feel free to contact us.

  Report Details  

Wikipedia Definition:
The term "browser wars" refers to the competition for dominance in the web browser marketplace. The term is used to denote two specific periods of time: the competition between market-dominating Netscape Navigator and its eventual defeat by Microsoft Internet Explorer during the late 1990s, and the competition from 2003 onwards between the dominating Internet Explorer and several other emerging browsers including Mozilla Firefox, Safari, Opera and, since mid-2008, Google Chrome.
  Related News  

  • IE 12 to Support HSTS Encryption Protocol
    Threatpost / 4/4/14
    Microsoft confirmed today it will support HTTPS Strict Transport Protocol (HSTS) in Internet Explorer 12, bringing its browser in line with other major vendors in its support of the protocol. Browsers supporting HSTS force any sessions sent over HTTP to be sent ...
  • The new Internet Explorer 11 to land on every device
    The Westside Story / 4/3/14
    Its would not be surprising if we say that this browser is coming with a InPrivate browsing feature, Although every other browser, including Firefox and Chrome, have it, Microsoft shed no words for the delay. Internet Explorer 11 has not disappointed consumers ...
  • Chrome vs Safari: iOS Browser Showdown
    Know Your Mobile / 4/3/14
    When this privacy feature is enabled on either browser the color of the browser changes to let the user know web pages and downloads aren't being recorded in your history and cookies visited to websites in privacy mode are deleted as well. What really ... Both iOS browsers feature a fairly minimalist design but Safari's is just a bit more minimalistic in this department however, as it's an app made by Apple and built into every iPhone so there was no way Safari wasn't going to look as iOS 7-inspired as possible. Its thin ...
  • Internet Explorer 11 Web browser of Microsoft
    The Football Examiner / 4/2/14
    Microsoft unleashed a refreshed Internet Explorer 11 Web browser for desktop and mobile during its Build 2014 conference on Wednesday. The updated browser adjusts itself to suit users' smartphones, tablets, and laptops and is now available on Windows ...
  • Market shares of different browsers
    The FA Daily / 4/2/14
    According to the latest numbers from Net Applications,Chrome has finally passed Firefox,and IE11 gained the most of the market share. Market shares of different browsers. Between February and March, IE dipped 0.23 percentage points (from 58.19 percent ...
  • Internet Explorer leads the way in guarding against social engineering attacks
    BetaNews / 4/1/14
    Deceiving the user into downloading and installing malicious software is one of the most common ways of attacking endpoint systems. A good web browser can be an effective aid in blocking these social engineering attempts and the latest research from NSS ...
  • Internet Explorer still top browser as Chrome edges up
    CNET Australia / 4/1/14
    ... 21 per cent of the desktop browsers in the world. IE 11 follows at 15.7 per cent and Chrome 33 at 12.6 per cent. At the very least, this tells us that Chrome users are better at updating. (Or that Internet Explorer 8 was the pinnacle of browser building.) Tweet.
  • Internet Explorer 11 jumps to 15.71% market share, while Internet Explorer 8 ...
    WinBeta / 4/1/14
    New data from Net Applications for the month of March 2014 has been released, showcasing just how well Microsoft's Internet Explorer browser has performed. According to the data, the company's latest browser, Internet Explorer 11, has seen an increase in ...
  • Internet Explorer 11 Continues To Grow In Worldwide Browser Market Share ... / 4/1/14
    Net Applications today released their latest data on worldwide web browser market share. Microsoft's Internet Explorer web browser lost 0.23 percentage points (from 58.19 percent to 57.96) market share worldwide. In January, Internet Explorer 11 passed ...
  • Apps Dominate Mobile Usage, Apple's Safari Tops Web Browsers
    AppAdvice / 4/1/14
    Apps Dominate Mobile Usage, Apple's Safari Tops Web Browsers. BY Bryan M. Wolfe ... Of those who spent 14 percent of their time using a Web browser, 50 percent chose Apple's Safari, followed by 35 percent who selected Google's Chrome app. The Flurry ...
  • Best Android Browser: Chrome vs. Firefox vs. Opera vs. Dolphin
    LAPTOP Magazine (blog) / 3/31/14
    Still using the stock Android browser? You're missing out. Android users can choose from a plethora of browsers, bringing a richer mobile Web experience to your smartphone or tablet. We considered Android's top third-party browsers, Firefox and Opera, ...
  • Cellphone and browser history crucial to Pistorius case
    Legalbrief (subscription) / 3/26/14
    Intimate details about the state of the relationship between Oscar Pistorius and his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp have been exposed in the North Gauteng High Court as a police expert testified about cellphone text messages that the two exchanged prior to the ...
  User Comments  
Click here to add a comment about this report.

Anonymous 2/14/13 5:24AM

Most of the time I look at these drill-down charts, I'm looking for the "percentage of people who are on 3.6," and the charts seem over-specific for me. Meaning while some may, I'm sure most don't care what build of Windows 7 people are on, etc. Could we have some sort of checkbox on this (and other) charts to combine all the builds of each version?

mrcolj 5/16/11 7:05AM