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In the latest OS and browser market share reports from NetMarketShare, Microsoft Edge stagnated at less than 6%, while Windows 10 grew to capture almost 28% of the market at the cost of Windows 7.
The latest reports for the market share of browsers are in, and they indicate that Google Chrome is continuing its dominance while Microsoft Edge just isn't good enough for Windows 10 users.
While the market share report from two separate firms shows various contrasting aspects, one thing that both the reports agree on is the statement that Windows 7 is losing market share.
Latest reports indicate that Windows 10 and Windows 7 have grown in market share, whereas Windows XP has faced a considerable decline, and fallen below 7% for the first time, according to one firm.
The latest report for browser market share has remained more or less unchanged compared with last month. Chrome remains the unchallenged leader in the web browser space, and IE continues to plummet.
According to the latest statistical report by NetMarketShare, the situation of the respective market shares of desktop browsers has remained more or less the same as the previous month.
The latest report from NetMarketShare indicates that Windows 10 and Windows 7 are increasing in market share, however, Windows XP is facing a decline. All in all, Windows' market share has fallen too.
Data from NetMarketShare indicates that Windows 7's market share has increased, whereas Windows 10 has remained more or less constant. Meanwhile, Windows XP's market share has finally declined.
Data from NetMarketShare shows that Microsoft Edge is now being utilized by more users. On the other hand, Internet Explorer has continued its free fall with a 55% YoY decrease.
According to a report, Internet Explorer has suffered a 55% year-over-year decline in market share, while Microsoft Edge has increased by 190%. However, the latter is still used by only 5% of users.
NetMarketShare's latest report shows that Windows 10 is now being used by nearly 25% of all users, with Windows 7 being utilized by almost 50%. The report indicates a positive trend for Microsoft.
The latest statistics from NetMarketShare reveal that Google Chrome is still the most popular web browser. Meanwhile, Internet Explorer is on a steady decline, after it was replaced by Edge.
The latest data from NetMarketShare shows that Windows 10 is still on healthy growth trajectory, even after the free offer has ended and users have started to pay for the operating system.
NetMarketShare's numbers are in, and as usual, it's good news for Windows 10, which is now on 19.14% of PCs. It's still a long way behind Windows 7 though, which is on 49.05%.
Internet Explorer has lost its top spot to Google's Chrome. Internet Explorer has been declining heavily for the past few months while Chrome's usage grew. Firefox also fell into single digits.
Windows 10's growth is really starting to show now; only six months after its release, it is now the second most-used version of Windows. Windows 7 still holds an impressive slice of the pie though.