This is what you get for releasing beta as final.
Despite the ever growing number of Windows 10 installs and touted Edge improvements, it looks like more and more users have switched from Microsoft’s latest browser (which we consider to be the Beta product anyway) to something more serious.
Now, before you point out that Edge’s market share is actually slowly growing, we want to remind you that this is the Windows 10 users report only. Yes, Edge is growing due to more and more people upgrading to Windows 10, but those that do don’t stick with it, at least for now.
So what does the current Edge market share chart look like?
As you can see from the chart above, the situation is pretty self-explanatory: consumer prefer good products and Edge is not one of them.
Better luck next time. Maybe after extensions support is introduced although we are still confused on what was Microsoft thinking.
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