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Google's Chrome Turns Three: How Fast They Grow (And Grab Market Share)

PCWorld: "It's hard to believe it's been only three years since the Google Chrome browser debuted. According to the latest market share statistics from usage-tracking firm Net Applications, Chrome now has 15.51 percent of the desktop browser market--a meteoric rise for an app that entered a crowded market dominated by neighborhood bully Microsoft Internet Explorer."

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