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    1. It was inevitable. Google Chrome has snatched the crown off Microsoft Internet Explorer and Edge as the most popular web browser in the world. With Microsoft losing its dominance in the browser space, it may explain why it made the hasty move to lock Cortana, its digital personal assistant, into using its new Edge browser. More »          

    2. Microsoft's IE loses top browser spot to Google's Chrome

      Computer World AustraliaMay 01 11:31 AM

      Internet Explorer in April lost the No. 1 spot to Google's Chrome, marking a dramatic changing of the desktop browser guard.

    3. Microsoft's Internet Explorer (IE) last month lost the No. 1 spot to Google's Chrome, marking a major milestone not only in IE's 21-year lifespan, but a dramatic changing of the desktop browser guard.

    4. Google Chrome and Internet Explorer: What's changed in the world of web browsers?

      SNAPPA Technology via Yahoo UK & Ireland NewsApr 05 08:25 AM

      The ‘browser wars’ are about to have a new main player.

    5. We no longer support this version of Internet Explorer. Please update your browser for a better experience of All4.com. For more information visit our FAQs

    6. Getty Images/Alexander Hassenstein Google Chrome is now very close to becoming the world's most popular web browser. Internet Explorer and Google Chrome are about to swap places in the charts as Microsoft's aging browser continues to quickly fall out of favor with many consumers. The March 2016 usage data from NetMarketShares reveals that Google Chrome now has a 39.09 percent share of the ...

    7. The ‘browser wars’ are about to have a new main player.

    8. Avira Antivirus 2016

      PC MagazineApr 15 10:31 PM

      Avira Antivirus 2016 scores high with the labs and our URL-blocking test, but not in our malware-blocking and antiphishing tests. And its browser safety functions snub Internet Explorer.

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    10. Firefox’s future is more Chrome-like than you’d imagine

      Digital Trends via Yahoo! SportsApr 12 08:59 AM

      While Firefox was once the darling of the alternative browser crowd, back when we were all tapping away at different versions of Internet Explorer, Chrome is now the dominant way we all use the Internet, and to some extent, with good reason. Perhaps then that’s why the next-generation of Firefox browser will have a Chromium core under the hood. Describing the ongoing developmental project, Mark...

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