Edge Passes Firefox

Microsoft Edge has passed Firefox to become the second most popular browser behind Google Chrome. Edge has struggled to catch on since being introduced with Windows 10 back in 2015. Microsoft gave up on their idea to have a completely original browser and redesigned Edge based on Chromium. The redesigned browser shares many features with Google Chrome.

Chrome remains king of the mountain with a whopping 69% of desktop and laptop users accessing the Internet using Chrome.

Microsoft Edge is a distant second with 11%. That despite being the default browser for Windows 10. The famously secure Firefox browser is a distant third with 6.5%. Internet Explorer is in 4th place and shrinking at 4.65%

Safari, the default browser for Mac computers, is in fifth place at 3.49% All other browsers are at 1% or below.

2 thoughts on “Edge Passes Firefox

  1. I’ve used Firefox as some variation (usually the latest version) since it was called Netscape. Don’t plan on changing unless it becomes unusable.

  2. I still like MS-DOS. It did quite a lot AND it did it correctly. My real preference is Basic Assembly Language (BAL) on the RCA Spectra 70. Then, I was the Wizard behind the curtain.

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