Top web browsers 2017: Look on the bright side, Microsoft

Microsoft has to take solace from any source it can as its share of the browser market continues to dribble down the drain.

To wit: Even as Microsoft’s browser share again declined during July, at least it was a smaller contraction than of late, perhaps giving those in Redmond hope that the worst is behind them and at some point the downward lines on their charts will flatten.

According to data from U.S. analytics vendor Net Applications, the user share of Internet Explorer (IE) and Edge — an estimate of the proportion of the world’s personal computer owners that ran those browsers — dipped by three-tenths of a percentage point, ending at a combined 22.2%. July’s loss was the smallest since March, and the second smallest since December 2014.

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from Computerworld http://www.computerworld.com/article/3199425/web-browsers/mays-browser-numbers-ie-edge-skid-persists.html#tk.rss_all

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