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Google Chrome passes Apple Safari, barely

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From the 'WebKit Browser' files:

According to at least one browser share tracking vendor, Google's Chrome browser is now more widely used than Apple's Safari browser.

The latest December 2009 data from Net Application gives Chrome an incremental lead over Safari. According to Net Applications, Chrome has a 4.63 percent share while Safari holds 4.46 percent.

While Chrome now has (barely) past Safari, it is still far behind the number two and number one browsers. Microsoft's Internet Explorer commands a 62.69 percent share while Mozilla Firefox holds a 24.61 percent share.

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