Microsoft should have seen this coming!
I mean, what results were they expecting when they restricted the Edge browser to Windows 10 only. Plus, the app itself lacks some essential features and extensions like the ability to sync passwords, favorites and bookmark tabs across several devices.
Now, a new PC browser statistics from NetMarketShare revealed that the Internet Explorer, in combination with Edge, lost 40 million users in October.
As a matter of fact, IE and Edge have lost about 331 million users since January 1, 2016.
Whereas, Chrome still leads with a market share of 55%. Mozilla Firefox also rose from 9.19% market share to 11.14% in October.
Maybe these falling numbers will make Microsoft rethink their strategy with Edge.