With another month checked off, it's time to trawl through the NetMarketShare data for January to see who are the winners and who are the losers.
First, lets take a look at the browsers. Chrome makes the headlines for breaking the 10% usage share barrier, up 0.72% on December's numbers to end January at 10.70%.
Safari also made modest gains, up from 5.89% in December to 6.30% at the end of January. Firefox continues to slide, down from 22.81% to 22.75%, and Internet Explorer is also down, from 57.08% to 56.00%.
It's not all bad news for Internet Explorer though, as the data shows that Internet Explorer 8 gained 1.15% to end January at 34.17%.
On the operating system front, Apple's iOS makes the headlines by breaking 2% usage share mark worldwide, and hitting over 5% in the UK and Australia. New devices received as gifts over the holidays helped to boost these figures, as is normal for this time of year.
Along with iOS, Mac OS X was also up in January, from 5.02% in December to 5.25%.
Windows sees its overall usage share fall slightly (down to 89.70% from 90.29%), but Windows 7 shows strong growth, up to 22.31% from 20.87%. All other Windows versions show a steady decline.
NetMarketShare uses data captured from the 160 million unique visitors browsing some 40,000 Web sites it monitors for clients.