Chrome Concludes 2011 With Record Growth ...

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  1. vasa1

    vasa1 Registered Member

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    As long as people move onto "modern" browsers and IE 6/7/8, Fx 3.x, etc dies out, and Chrome doesn't become overly fragmented, it's all good.
     
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    elapsed, explain what you mean by overly fragmented, will you please?
     
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    As in, I'm hoping we're not going to need a line on this graph for every version, for example. The Chrome updating mechanism may be a huge success but unless it's a 95%+ success we're just left with tens of IE6's around the place.
     
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    "Firefox had a tough year with a loss that more than quadrupled over 2010."

    Oh no ... soon the fox will be no more ... :eek:

    We'll see ... ;)
     
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