IE fends off rivals

By Archean
Feb 1, 2012
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    Microsoft is keen to replace IE6 with IE9 and, when Windows 8 arrives later this year, IE10. IE8 is still the single most used browser version, at 27.9 percent, but IE9 is rising and in January reached 11.6 percent. Global usage of IE6, the browser that's moved from dominant to derided over its decade-long history, slipped in usage to 7.7 percent in January, according to the Net Applications data that Microsoft publishes at its IE6 Countdown site.


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    At this rate I don't think IE6 will totally disappear any time soon.


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