Windows 10: Microsoft is recommending users uninstall THIS hugely-popular app –

Software Engineer Jackson Newhouse, of Quantcast said: “The wide release of Windows 10 did initially bump Edge’s market share from 12 per cent to 16 per cent. 

“However, this increase was temporary, with Chrome recovering from temporary losses and reaching over 70 per cent market share of Windows 10, higher than the 63 per cent it pulls in on Windows 7 and 8.

“More and more users are using Windows 10 every day, and most have shifted off of the old Internet Explorer. 

“However, that movement hasn’t entirely been towards Edge, with a number of users choosing Chrome instead.

“Microsoft may be able to make further inroads into the browser market with Edge, but it’ll take more than a new operating system to unseat Chrome’s dominance.”


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