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Microsoft Edge remains stagnant as Internet Explorer loses browser share in July

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July 2017 stats from Net Market Share reveals the underlying trend in Desktop browser share. The Internet Explorer market share has crashed further in the month of July. From 16.84% in June it has declined to 16.5% in July.

Microsoft Edge, the modern browser from Microsoft, however, has not been able to see growth. It has remained stagnant at 5.65% in July from June.

Chrome has also not been able to gain much browser share in June. It has grown from 59.49% in June to 59.57% in July. Firefox has shown most impressive growth from 12.02% in June to 12.32% in July.

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.

Source: NMS

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  • Jack Smith

    Edge is NOT secure and should NOT be used until MSFT gets it together. AT Pawned 2017 it was hacked at will. Penetrated over and over again. Chrome was the only browser unhackable in the time allotted.

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