Microsoft Edge market share increases by 1300% in 12 months
Microsoft Edge based on Chromium is currently being adopted by more and more users and its market share is soaring. Statistics show that the growth rate of Microsoft Edge in the past 12 months is as high as 1300%, while Google Chrome has not seen a significant decline.
The market share of Firefox and other browsers is being eroded by Microsoft. It has to be said that the wave of pre-installation of Windows 10 and the push of Microsoft is very powerful.
Statistics show that since March 2020, the market share of Microsoft Edge has soared from 0.57% to 8.03%, with a 12-month growth rate of 1308%.
The Firefox browser dropped from 9.25% to the current 7.95% during the same period. The Firefox browser has been squeezed by Microsoft Edge.
The reason why Microsoft Edge can advance at such a speed is naturally bundling and push, and bundling mainly refers to bundling in the Windows 10 system.
Push refers to the fact that Microsoft automatically pushes and installs the browser to Windows 10 users and cannot be uninstalled. This browser has become a core component of the system.
With these two methods, the Microsoft Edge browser has been able to reach hundreds of millions of consumers, so it is actually very reasonable for the market share to continue to soar.
It is worth noting that Microsoft’s market share is largely derived from Firefox and other browsers, which has nothing to do with the top Google browser.
Because Google Chrome’s market share dropped by only 1% during the same period, this is at least not a big problem for Google Chrome, which has a market share of 68%.
Considering that almost all current Windows 10 versions have been bundled with the Chromium Microsoft browser.
So now that there are still a large number of users using Google to show that users do not have the desire to migrate, so the Google browser market should not decline too much in a short time.