Wonderful news from the world wide web: Internet Explorer’s marketshare continues to erode. Via PCWorld:
Just a year ago, Internet Explorer was leading the Web browser market share with 43 percent, followed by Mozilla Firefox with 29 percent, and Chrome was third with 19 percent. Twelve months later, IE has lost 12 percent of the browser market share while Chrome gained 13 percent to the detriment of IE and Firefox, which also lost about 4 percent of its users and now comes in at just over 25 percent.
Having recently visited The Post PC for the first time on both desktop and mobile versions of Internet Explorer, that’s great news.
I will ditch Chrome as soon as Apple’s Safari doesn’t suck. Might be waiting a while for that.