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Google’s Chrome Web browser claimed 20.7 percent of the global browser market in June, according to the Web analytics company StatCounter.
The Google (NASDAQ: GOOG) browser had just 2.8 percent of the market in June 2009.
Much of the gain came from a fall in use of Microsoft Corp.'s (NASDAQ: MSFT) Internet Explorer, which fell from 59 percent to 44 percent during the same period, the report says.
Mozilla Corp.'s Firefox browser, meanwhile, dropped slightly from 30 percent of the global market to 28 percent.
StatCounter's report is based on data collected on a sample exceeding 15 billion page views per month -- including 4 billion from the United States -- from the StatCounter network of more than 3 million websites.
Many users have embraced Google Chrome for its speed in loading Web pages, and both Microsoft and Mozilla have responded with better speeds in new versions of their browsers.