Microsoft Claimed IE 9 Get Success

By: Infocellular
Browsers Internet Explorer 9 has just been released by Microsoft and claimed considerable success. Of the indications, internet explorer is currently installed at 3.6% in computer running Microsoft's latest operating system, Windows 7.

As quoted from the V3, Saturday (02/04/2011), the figure is considered as a separate success by Microsoft. Therefore, the amount exceeds the initial performance of Internet Explorer 8 in Windows 7.

Ryan Gavin, Senior Director of Internet Explorer Business and Marketing optimistic IE9 will continue to attract support. The data itself comes from Net Applications where the market share IE9 in Windows 7 to reach 3.6% by the end of March. This is five times higher compared to IE8 in the period of a month since its launch.

But if viewed from the overall browser market in all operating systems, the market of all versions of Internet Explorer is still showing a decline. Although still dominate the market, IE in March got 55.9%, down 0.85% from the previous month.



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