Microsoft's browser gained 0.37 points to 55.14 percent share. Firefox saw a small bump of 0.12 points to 19.94 percent while Chrome fell significantly, 0.56 points to 17.48 percent.
Finishing up the list, Safari remained completely unchanged at 5.24 percent and Opera remained relatively unchanged at 1.75 percent.
An interesting note comes on the updates side. Nearly all Chrome users remain updated to the newest version, but Firefox appears to leave users behind with every update. Firefox fans are also staying with their old browser for extended periods, says Ars.
(Second chart below reflects combined share when including mobile, where Apple is dominant)
Written by: Andre Yoskowitz @ 3 Feb 2013 14:08