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Firefox Is Back on Top of Chrome

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Back in May Chrome's adoption numbers just about matched Firefox's. And, at the end of last year, after a year of huge growth, different numbers found the Google made browser , just behind Internet Explorer. But since then—perhaps because of the constant flash crashes, or that hip —Firefox has regained the No. 2 spot, according to numbers from Net Marketshare. Another way to spin the numbers is that Firefox's attracted more users.

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But looking closer at the numbers, it seems like it wasn't really any one of these things, just a slow chipping away at Chrome's loyal user base.

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