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Internet Explorer loses browser share, Edge barely grows in June 2017

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Internet Explorer market share has crashed further in the month of June. From 17.55% in May it has declined to 16.84% in June. Microsoft Edge however has not been able to see much growth. It has just grown from 5.63% in May to 5.65% in June.

Chrome has not been able to gain much browser share in June. It has grown from 59.36% in May to 59.49% in June. Firefox has also grown from 11.98% in May to 12.02% in June.

Microsoft has recently started promoting Microsoft Edge via in-built ads in Windows 10. Even this doesn’t seem to help in gaining share for Microsoft Edge.

June 2017 Share:

May 2017 share:

Source: NMS

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  • Jack Smith

    MS needs to make Edge secure more than any other thing. They should NOT be adding a single new feature until it is secure. At Pawned this year it was hacked at will. Over and over again it was easily penetrated.

    Chrome was not hacked a single time in the time allotted.

    MS is just adding features on a very insecure base and just making the problem that much worse.