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Google's Chrome Frame lets IE users turn their browser into Chrome, while still being able to access legacy apps. But is it really moving browsers forward, or is it helping to create a new stagnation?
Internet Explorer's total market share has now dropped below 50 percent for the first time, with further decline a possibility.
April was an interesting month in the browser wars. Computerworld reports that Net Applications' analysis shows Google's Chrome browser increasing it's share of the browser market by .6 of a percentage point. It did significantly...