Internet Explorer's share, as measured in usage, declined (again) in June -- to 53.68 percent from 54.27 percent in May and 55.11 percent in April. Internet Explorer 9 launched in March.http://www.betanews.com/joewilcox/article/Internet-Explorer-usage-is-a-falling-rock/1309537175
Firefox usage share dipped slightly -- 21.71 percent to 21.67 percent month over month. Chrome continued its steady gains, up to 13.11 percent from 12.52 percent. Safari also nudged up, to 7.48 percent from 7.28 percent. Opera was the month's other shocking loser, with usage sharing falling to 1.73 percent from 2.03 percent.
Google and Mozilla are now cranking out new browser versions every few months, pushing Microsoft to speed up, too.
Really no surprises here I've been using Firefox a good while but kinda liking Google Chrome , been trying it out and it's much faster than IE or Firefox