According to the latest data released by OneStat.com, Google’s global usage share has reached an all-time high.
The study findings indicate that Google is still the leading search engine with a global usage share of 55.1 percent, up 1.9 percent on two months ago.
The second most popular search website is Yahoo with a global usage share of 20.6 percent, up 0.2 percent on August.
MSN Search increased its market share by 0.3 percent over the past two months to 9.4 percent. AOL Search also saw a rise in market share to 3.5 percent.
However, Terra Lycos, the world’s fifth leading search engine, saw it’s market share dip by 0.7 percent over the past two months to 3.0 percent.