Internet Explorer is losing its share of the browser market – fact. Why? Because people perceive the competitors (Chrome, Firefox, Safari) as better.
These numbers provide an insight into why Internet Explorer has lost share over the past few years – essentially people perceive its competitors to be better. It still holds an advantage in terms of being the default browser for many but will need to up its game if it doesn’t want to see a further decline; this data shows that, once people try something else, they tend to prefer it.