The usage share of web browsers is the proportion, often expressed as a percentage, of visitors to a group of websites that use a particular web browser. For example, when it is said that Chrome has 30% usage share, it means that some version of Google Chrome is used by 30% of visitors that visit a given set of sites. Web browser usage share varies from region to region as well as through time.
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... StatCounter reports desktop (including laptop) and mobile browser share separately ... For consistency, each desktop browser share has been reduced by multiplying it by the current overall desktop share versus mobile ... Similarly, mobile browser shares have each been multiplied by the overall mobile percentage ...
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