From Wolf Street, by Wolf Richter
Desperate measures to solve a festering market-share debacle?
Having spent years burning through any remaining goodwill among its users still clinging to Internet Explorer, Microsoft is apparently having problems getting them to use its Edge browser that is part of Windows 10. Even after about 15 months and three upgrades, the market share of Edge is still minuscule.
Over the past 30 days on wolfstreet.com, per Google Analytics, our readers used these five browsers the most:
- Chrome (41.4%)
- Safari (27.2%)
- Firefox (13.7%)
- Internet Explorer (10.1%)
- Edge (3.0%)
The bottom one is Microsoft’s new miracle browser that people refuse to use. And IE has dropped to 4th place with a 10% share. A few years ago, well, many years ago, before the arrival of Chrome, IE was the number one browser, having crushed Netscape during the First Browser War (being bundled with Windows did…
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