Google's new Chrome browser has already lost market share despite the widespread hype it received last month when it launched.
Web analytics firm Clicky reports that Chrome picked up 3% of browser views in the week following its launch, but that usage has since halved to 1.5%.
Microsoft's Internet Explorer and Mozilla's Firefox both saw their use slightly fall in the first week after Chrome's launch, but Chrome's impact was short-lived.
Internet Explorer is now on about 60% and Firefox holds over 30% of market share.
Apple's Safari browser currently has over 4% and Opera stands at almost 2%.