Do you use Google's Chrome Browser? Apparently, a lot of people do. So many, in fact, that it has now passed Safari in the web browser popularity poll. Is this a big surprise to anyone? The article states that Chrome now has just under ten percent of the market share to Safari's four percent.
It isn't a surprise to those who use Chrome. Like other Google products, it's well made, stable, works on Linux, supports dozens of languages and is very fast. What's not to like?
The better question is who cares about browsers and the so called browser wars? What possible difference could it make to anyone which browser someone uses?
A lot of people seem to care, though.
Unless someone can figure out a way to monetize a particular browser, there doesn't seem to be any point to knowing which one someone uses. Having multiple popular browsers only complicates matter for web developers but doesn't really do much else.
Which browser do you use and why? Do you think it matters which browser someone uses?