Is it time for a browser change?

The US software company launched its all-new Edge browser as part of its Windows 10 update but it seems adopters haven’t embraced it.

In fact it appears that Microsoft Edge is losing users by the day.

According to a recent study by Net Applications, the number of users choosing Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer has more than halved in the last two years.

Net Applications’ data shows the number of PC users favouring Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer has plummeted from 62 per cent to just 27 per cent between March 2015 and February 2017.Microsoft describes its Edge browser as “The faster, safer browser designed for Windows 10, Microsoft Edge has seen an increase in market share, according to the latest usage figures on desktop browsers,and Microsoft Edge now accounts for 5.61 per cent of all desktop web browser usage, NetMarketShare has reported.

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