Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Firefox’s market share is bigger than that of all Microsoft’s browsers combined | PCWorld

Chrome hits 60.5% of PC browser share worldwide

"Firefox now has more desktop users than both Microsoft's web browsers combined -- but it's a rivalry that is increasingly irrelevant as Google Chrome has almost twice the share of Firefox and Microsoft together.

The latest figures from Statcounter show that Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer combined had a 15.5 percent share of worldwide desktop browser usage in April, a decline from 15.8 percent in March.

The effect of Microsoft's new Edge browser is, it seems, marginal, with Windows 10 users apparently preferring other browsers."
Firefox’s market share is bigger than that of all Microsoft’s browsers combined | PCWorld
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