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Another 40 million people bolt from Microsoft's browsers as mass exodus continues

Another 40 million people bolt from Microsoft's browsers as mass exodus continues | PC World | November 03, 2016
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Source: PC World
November 03, 2016
Editor’s note: This article originally appeared on Computerworld.com Microsoft’s browsers hemorrhaged another 40 million users last month, according to analytics vendor Net Applications, pushing the year’s total number of deserters near the one third of a billion mark. Net Applications pegged the combined user share of Internet Explorer (IE) and Edge at 28.4% for October, a fall of 2.3 percentage points. The month’s decline was the second-largest ever for Microsoft’s browsers, behind only May’s plummet of 2.7 points. Unlike in most previous months, Microsoft’s bane was not Google’s boon, but instead Mozilla’s. Firefox’s user share jumped nearly 2 percentage points, to 11.1%. Atop an almost-as-large increase in September, Mozilla’s Firefox has stepped away from a precipice, and in two months recovered almost all the losses it incurred during the past year.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

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