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Re: IE Drops Like a Rock, Eroded by Chrome and Firefox---No end in sight to IEâs fall

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____/ nessuno on Monday 08 Mar 2010 19:12 : \____

> <Quote>
> Internet Explorerâs dominance on the browser market has been weakening
> constantly since Mozillaâs open source browser started getting
> traction with users. And with the advent of Google Chrome, IEâs share
> loss only became steeper. Statistics offered by Janco Associates
> reveal that in February 2010, Internet Explorer has dropped under 65%.
> Over the past four years, the release of Internet Explorer 7 and
> Internet Explorer 8 did nothing to halt IEâs crumbling market share.
> Janco notes that from February 2009 to February 2010, IE dropped
> 6.21%, from 70.99% to 64.78%...What is extremely interesting is that
> even with Windows 7 jumping at over 12% of the operating system market
> in just four months after release, IEâs share continues to drop.
> Windows 7, of course, comes with Internet Explorer 8 as the default
> browser. This can only mean that customers of Windows 7 are quick to
> turn to alternative browsers rather than stick with IE8.
> </Quote>
> http://news.softpedia.com/news/IE-Drops-Like-a-Rock-Eroded-by-Chrome-and-Firefox-135801.shtml

Those numbers are very different from the Microsoft-funded ones.

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