Less than three months after leaving beta, Microsoft’s Chromium-based Edge browser has overtaken Firefox to develop to be the second most popular web browser in the area, as reported by Bleeping Computer.
As of March 2020, Microsoft Edge holds 7.59% of the browser market according to NetMarketShare – a far exclaim from Google Chrome, which is far and away the most popular at 68.5%.
This finally puts Microsoft Edge ahead of Mozilla’s Firefox – previously Chrome’s ideally suited competitor however now in third place with unbiased 7.19% of the browser audience.
Clearly, Microsoft Edge’s numbers would likely be even greater if no longer for the 5.6% of users who are aloof using Internet Explorer 11, putting the ancient browser in fourth role ahead of Apple’s Safari browser, which holds unbiased 3.62% of the market share.
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