الجمعة، 6 يناير، 2012

Experts: "Chrome" browser will become the number one Internet


Experts: "Chrome" browser will become the number one Internet

Wednesday, January 4, 2012, last update 22:48 (GMT +0400)
Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN) - About a month ago, Google has succeeded in upgrading of the web browser "Chrome", which is owned, to rank second among Internet browsers, surpassing Firefox, and today, is widely expected that the "Chrome" has succeed in the near future to get rid of "Internet Explorer" on the top of the list, to become the number one browser for the Internet.
According to the company "Stikaontr", specialized in the analysis of network data, accounted for "Chrome" with 27 per cent share of the use of the Internet in December / December, compared to the "Explorer" which accounted for 37 per cent of the market, a decline in the rate of 2 per cent compared to the previous month.
As for Firefox, it came in third by 25 per cent.
Since its launch, the most positive reactions about it, he wrote about the Chrome site PCMag: "the performance of fast, effective, and it has many security features, in addition to the speed of loading websites and more."
According to analyst David Mitchell Smith that "Chrome" because it derives its strength from a strong product, and adds: "People use it because it is a fast browser, and Google has spent a lot to promote it, which increased the awareness of users Bmmizzath."
Smith says that the user now has a lot of options on Internet browsers, For years, the Internet Explorer is the highest share in the market, being part of a free Windows.
The success of the "Chrome" in Google's efforts to expand their business outside the famous search engine, and mobile operating systems (Android), and social networking sites (Google Plus).
At the same time, is fighting Google fierce competition with Microsoft, which tried in 2009 competitive search engine Google, through the launch of Mrg "Ping", which, according to experts, could not compete with Google with 15 percent market share, compared to Google's, who received 61 per cent.



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