February 22, 2024

By Tim Hardwick, MacRumors

Apple’s Safari has retaken the lead over Microsoft Edge to become the world’s second most popular desktop browser, based on data provided by web analytics service StatCounter.

According to the data, Safari is now used on 11.87 percent of desktop computers worldwide, 0.87 percent ahead of Edge, which stands at 11 percent. Google Chrome remains in first place with a dominant 66.13 percent share, and Mozilla’s Firefox stands in fourth with 5.65 percent. Here’s how the latest full rankings look:

  • Chrome 66.13%
  • Safari 11.87%
  • Edge 11%
  • Firefox 5.65%
  • Opera 3.09%
  • IE 0.55%

For more details, read the full story at: https://www.macrumors.com/2023/05/02/safari-overtakes-edge-popular-browsers/

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