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First browser war ended with Internet Explorer attaining a peak of about 96% of the web browser usage share during 2002. The second browser war began with the launch of Mozilla Firefox in 2004. Google's Chrome browser has shaken Microsoft out of its competitive torpor and forced the software giant to pay fresh attention to its own browser, Internet Explorer. Eventually, Firefox declared defeat, but with a new incumbent, the third browser war may not be far behind. Mozilla just signed a three-year contract with Google, not aimed at competing with Firefox.