Internet Explorer 10 takes chunks out of IE9, Windows 8 closes on Vista

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Net Market Share One wonders what the browser market would look like if Microsoft had enabled automatic updates before. Though the overall positions in the market were little changed in May, one thing is clear: Internet Explorer 10’s uptake is fast, in a way that no older version of the browser has ever been. Net Market Share Net Market Share Internet Explorer was up slightly, picking up 0.18 points for a 55.99 percent share of the desktop market. Firefox had stronger growth, up 0.33 points to 20.63 percent. Chrome was the month’s big loser, dropping 0.61 points to 15.74 percent—its lowest share since August 2011. Safari was marginally up, adding 0.08 points to reach an all-time high of 5.46 percent. Opera ended the month up 0.04 percent points, at 1.77 percent. Read 8 remaining paragraphs | Comments

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Internet Explorer 10 takes chunks out of IE9, Windows 8 closes on Vista

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