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Google Sites 63.2%
Microsoft Sites 23.7%
Ask Network 1.2%
Compared to Dec 2014
Google Sites 65.4% ( -1.6%)
Microsoft Sites 19.7% ( +.1%)
Yahoo Sites 11.8% ( +1.6%)
Ask Network 2.0% (+ .0%)
AOL Network 1.2% ( -.1% )
Source: comScore qSearch
“Explicit Core Search” excludes contextually driven searches that do not reflect specific user intent to interact with the search results.
Browser Statistics - Feb 2017-2018
UC Browser 7.94%
Internet Explorer 3.05%
Source: Statcounter Browser Market Share
Compared to Jan 2015
Chrome 61.9% (+.3%)
Firefox 23.4% (-.2%)
Internet Explorer 7.8% (-.2%)
Safari 3.8% (+0.1%)
Opera 1.6% (+.0%)
Source: collected from W3Schools' log-files, over a five year period, clearly shows the long and medium-term trends although cannot be 100% guaranteed
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