In the hotly fought browser wars, Netscape has held on to the lead, despite the steady gains of Microsoft's Internet Explorer. An IDC study of the installed base of Web browsers in the US has shown that Netscape's Navigator has slipped to a market share of 50.5% in 1997, down from 54.6% in 1996.
IE's share rose to 22.8% this year up from 16.4% last year. IDC expects the US browser market to swell to 124.3 million units by 2002, from 10.1 million units in 1997.
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