Mozilla Firefox is the most popular browser in Slovenia, with 37 percent penetration, according a survey by Iprom last month. In second place is Microsoft's Internet Explorer (31%), followed by Google Chrome with 29 percent. Chrome surpassed Internet Explorer in July when it reached a peak of 31.28 percent, but in the last three months, it has shown a small decline in its popularity.
Microsoft Windows has 96.8 percent of the OS market, with the largest share going to Windows 7 (57.35%) and Windows XP (30.56%), while Windows 8 was used by only 5.09 percent of visitors to online media. Access via tablet computers or mobile phones accounts for 17 percent of visits to Slovenian online sites. The largest share is accounted for by smartphones with Android (63% of all mobile devices) and Android tablets (13%). Apple iOS occupies a 8.5 percent market share, Windows Phone has 2.4 percent.
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