Microsoft’s beaten Safari to become the second most popular browser in the world. A report of March 2022 from Statcounter shows that Microsoft Edge is steadily climbing and gaining more consumers.
Web analytics service StatCounter reported Microsoft Edge is now used on 9.54% of desktops worldwide, just behind Safari at 9.84%, Microsoft Edge arrived in 2015 as a new default browser for Windows, and Microsoft faced an enviable task.
When you perform the same search but with tablets, phones, and console browsers included, Safari jumps back up to the second-place spot with 18.84% of the market, compared to Edge’s 4.05%. Safari’s loss of users and Microsoft Edge’s gain has gradually gotten to a point where the latter has finally taken over.
Google Chrome: 67.29%
Microsoft Edge: 9.65%
Apple Safari: 9.56%
Mozilla Firefox: 7.57%
Microsoft is still throwing all features apart from the Kitchen sink at Edge – it is a capable browser these days. Microsoft must be pleased to see Edge’s subsequent growth and beating out the competition. Switch to smartphones, tablets, or other platforms, Safari jumps back to the second spot with an 18.85% share, while Edge drops to 4.05%.
Microsoft has no power to maintain users to move to Edge on mobile, another reason why Android and iOS combined tank Microsoft’s figures in the browser market. Chrome has a 69% market share, Edge of 7.75%, and Firefox has 7.48%. Safari has a distant fourth, with just 3.73%.
Google Chrome: 64.53% (+1.75)
Apple Safari: 18.84% (-0.46)
Microsoft Edge: 4.05% (-0.01)
Mozilla Firefox: 3.4% (-0.81)
Samsung Internet: 2.82% (+0.05)
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