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Internet Explorer share surges, Firefox wanes based on new CIA data


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Internet Explorer share surges, Firefox wanes based on new CIA data

By Peter Bright | Last updated 5 days ago

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The February browser market share numbers are in, and it looks like it was a good month for Internet Explorer, but a bad one for Firefox. Internet Explorer is up 0.77 percent to 56.77, Firefox is down 0.99 percent at 21.74.

These gains were partly attributed to a change in Net Applications' calculations. The company uses demographic data from the Central Intelligence Agency to construct its estimates; the different measures it makes in different countries are scaled to take into account different population sizes and levels of Internet penetration. With the new CIA data, Western Europe

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