According to latest numbers from Net Applications, the overall market share of Internet Explorer stands at 56.15{b2f8038cca59418a55fa2a773bdd1308d9b98f2083b1773270b153fdacce5890}, Firefox stands at 19.15{b2f8038cca59418a55fa2a773bdd1308d9b98f2083b1773270b153fdacce5890} and Chrome stands at 17.17{b2f8038cca59418a55fa2a773bdd1308d9b98f2083b1773270b153fdacce5890}. These are followed by Safari and Opera with 5.55{b2f8038cca59418a55fa2a773bdd1308d9b98f2083b1773270b153fdacce5890} and 1.58{b2f8038cca59418a55fa2a773bdd1308d9b98f2083b1773270b153fdacce5890} respectively.

If we look at gain or loss in market share Internet Explorer gained 0.16 percentage points, Firefox lost a 1.48 percentage points, and Chrome gained 1.43 percentage points between May and June. Safari managed to register a growth of 0.09 percentage points and Opera dipped by 0.19 percentage points during the same period.

Microsoft’s Internet Explorer is in itself a warzone with different versions trying to battle it out for dominance. Internet Explorer 8 is the most popular among all IE versions with a market share of 22.67{b2f8038cca59418a55fa2a773bdd1308d9b98f2083b1773270b153fdacce5890} followed by IE 10 and IE 9 at 13.52{b2f8038cca59418a55fa2a773bdd1308d9b98f2083b1773270b153fdacce5890} and 11.71{b2f8038cca59418a55fa2a773bdd1308d9b98f2083b1773270b153fdacce5890} respectively. IE 10 is set to gain the most in near future with its launch on Windows 7 and inability of XP to support anything beyond IE 8.