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Is Chrome overtaking Firefox? Not so fast

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It’s been predicted for many months now that Google’s Chrome browser would soon overtake Firefox in terms of market share, but that still hasn’t happened–at least not according to Net Applications.

In fact, the researcher recently published data suggesting that Chrome is actually on a gradual decline while Firefox is on a slow rise.

Whereas in January Chrome accounted for 18.94 percent, that figure fell slightly to 18.90 percent in February.

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