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Firefox Is Back on Top of Chrome

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Back in May Chrome's adoption numbers just about matched Firefox's. And, at the end of last year, after a year of huge growth, different numbers found the Google made browser , just behind Internet Explorer. But since then—perhaps because of the constant flash crashes, or that hip —Firefox has regained the No. 2 spot, according to numbers from Net Marketshare. Another way to spin the numbers is that Firefox's attracted more users.


But looking closer at the numbers, it seems like it wasn't really any one of these things, just a slow chipping away at Chrome's loyal user base.

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