New increase in usage for the popular Mozilla Firefox browser. For a long time now, Firefox reached and exceeded 20% in certain days. October ended with a Firefox usage rate of 19.97%, up 0.51 points from 19.46% in September, according to measurements from Net Application. On the other hand, Internet Explorer continues to fall, reaching 71.27% from 71.52% in September, but according to Net Applications, it continues to be the browser with the most rapid decline in usage rate.
This is also shown by the fact that since the beginning of the year, Internet Explorer has lost 4.2 points, while Firefox has gained 2.99 points, Safari of Apple 0.75, Opera 0.13 and Chrome of Google 0.74.
Finally, in October Opera climbed from 0.69 to 0.75, when the Safari fell slightly from 6.65 to 6.57 and Chrome climbed from 0.74 to 0.78.
In relation to operating systems, Net Applications found that the use of Windows increased from 90.29% to 90.46%, Mac fell to 8.21 from 8.23 and Linux fell to 0.71 from 0.91. Finally, the iPhone has increased from 0.32 to 0.33.