In February we saw the usual small movements in the browser market. More significantly, however, we didn’t see any significant movements in the operating system market. For the second month in a row, Windows 8.x’s share is basically unaltered… and so is Windows XP’s. The desktop browser space today seems steadier than it has been for a long time. Internet Explorer’s share was virtually unchanged, down 0.02 points. Firefox also fell, down 0.40 points, and Safari dropped 0.13 points. Chrome grew, up 0.56 points. Chrome and Firefox haven’t been this close since last July; perhaps 2014 will be the year when Chrome pushes Firefox into third place. Absent some big reason to shake things up, this is unlikely to change any time soon. The impending loss of support of Internet Explorer on Windows XP should hopefully push users of that operating system to, if not switch operating systems entirely, at least switch to Firefox or Chrome.
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"Windows XP Still Accounts for 29 Percent of Browser Traffic, One Month Before its Expiration Date" by @ShellyPalmer
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