IE Can’t Keep Up with Google Chrome, but There’s Good News for Microsoft Edge
Bad news for those who hoped to see Internet Explorer for a little longer, despite not being offered as the default browser in Windows 10 anymore.
Google Chrome is becoming the dominant browser on the desktop, and new data provided by Net Applications for the month of May shows that it’s now running on no less than 45.63 percent of the PCs out there. This is an increase of 3.92 percent in just a single month from the previous 41.71 percent market share held in April.
At the same time, Internet Explorer dropped from 41.33 percent to 38.67 percent last month, but this market share is still large enough to allow the browser to remain the runner-up in global charts.
On the other hand, Internet Explorer is very likely to continue dropping in the coming months, especially because it’s no longer the default browser in Windows 10. Microsoft has replaced it wit… (read more)
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