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If one in 50 people on the Web move from Firefox to Chrome, Google's browser will unseat Mozilla's for the No. 2 spot in worldwide usage.
That's because, according to Net Applications' November browser usage measurements, Chrome is now within 4 percentage points of Firefox. With a 2 percentage-point increase in one and a 2 percentage-point decrease in the other, Google comes out on top.
Firefox dropped 0.4 percentage point to 22.1 percent of usage in November, while Chrome gained 0.7 percent to 18.2 percent. If that rate was to continue, Chrome would outpace Firefox in March 2012, but fluctuations make such predictions difficult.
[edited by: Andem at 8:49 pm (utc) on Dec 1, 2011]
"C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe" -ProfileManager -no-remote
now Mozilla is doing that as well
just go do some digging for chrome privacy issues / user tracking, you'll find more then enough reasons.
Until someone shows me real proof that Chrome is doing something I should be worried
And those disruptive updates on Firefox.. ugghh..