According to the latest report by Net Applications, Internet Explorer is showing signs of recovery in the market for web browsers, for the first time after a very long time. As shown by data collected by the company's market share of Internet Explorer was 60.32% in June, increased by 0.57% over the figure in May.
History has shown that IE and Firefox follow lives opposite, so it's almost expected that the increase in IE involve reduction of the browser Mozilla. As shown by the data of Net Applications, Firefox fell from 24.32% to 23.81% by the end of May until the end of June. For other browsers they Chrome, which continues to grow and is located at 7.24%.
Despite the fact that the European Commission imposed the known ballot screen in Windows 7, appears finally that European Internet users rely on the IE. It is significant that the market share of Internet Exlporer in Europe increased about 1% last month.