Microsoft’s Internet Explorer browser market share is plummeting fast as rivals snap up usage. Internet Explorer hit its peak in 2003 with over 90% of website visitors using the browser. However, rivals Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome are gaining more market share every month according to viewer statistics.
While Internet Explorer still has 60% of the share, it’s a massive drop of 2009’s 78%. Mozilla’s Firefox browser is currently being used by 24% of users, with 6.7% using Google’s new Chrome.
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