Monday, May 17, 2010

10 Reasons Why Microsoft's Internet Explorer Dominance is Ending

It has been widely reported recently that Microsoft’s share of the global browser market has fallen below 60% for the first time. If this trends continues then Firefox is forecasted to overtake IE by Christmas 2012. Don Resinger at eWeek has given his reasons why IE is losing market share (and also mind share) as follows
  1. The European Union
  2. Microsoft's complacency
  3. Internet Explorer's security
  4. Rebounding from IE 6
  5. The features aren't there
  6. The Google conundrum
  7. The united fight against Microsoft
  8. The educated user
  9. No-names are actually doing well
  10. Microsoft is still lost on the Web

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