Google Chrome’s Market Share 15 Times Bigger than Microsoft Edge’s

Google Chrome has managed to improve its market share in October 2018, according to data provided by NetMarketShare, and while Microsoft Edge also recovered too, the difference between the two continues to be huge.

Google’s browser jumped from 66.28 percent share in September to 66.43 percent last month, obviously remaining the number one choice when it comes to programs to surf the web.

The new Windows 10 browser, on the other hand, increased its market share from 4.08 percent to 4.28 percent, remaining the fourth app in the charts after Chrome, Firefox, and its predecessor Internet Explorer.

Mozilla Firefox is currently the runner-up with a share of 9.25 percent, while Internet Explorer keeps going down every month and is now at 7.83 percent.

Internet Explorer isn’t getting any new features right now, but only security updates published as part of the Patch Tuesday cycle. Microsoft’s full focus in terms of browsers is Microsoft Edge, the new default in Windows .

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