The figures come via independent research firm Net Applications, who produces reports each month.
On a smaller scale, Internet Explorer 9 on Windows 7, which the company calls a "core metric," increased significantly, with over 50 percent of all Windows 7 users now running that specific version of the browser.
For the month, IE moved to 53.83 percent global share, up from 52.81 percent in February.
Firefox and Chrome each lost share, and remain neck-and-neck on a global scale. Firefox fell from 20.92 percent to 20.55 while Chrome fell from 18.90 to 18.55 percent.
Written by: Andre Yoskowitz @ 1 Apr 2012 22:19