Quantcast: Google Chrome is dominant browser on Windows 10 in US
According to a report released by San Francisco-based Web traffic measurement company Quantcast on Monday, Google’s Chrome browser is the dominant browser on Microsoft’s new Windows 10 OS in the US.
The disclosure by Quantcast implies that Windows 10 users in the US apparently prefer to use Google Chrome browser rather than Microsoft’s new ‘Edge’ browser which the company has bundled as the default browser with Windows 10.
The Quantcast report has revealed that though the Microsoft Edge browser initially got a temporary boost in the US when Microsoft launched its new Windows 10 OS in July, its share subsequently witnessed a fall.
Specifically speaking, the Quantcast statistics show that the Edge browser had touched an early usage peak of 16 percent among US users of Windows 10 OS, but it has now plunged to merely 12 percent.
In comparison, the Google Chrome browser has steadily been witnessing an increasing usage among Windows 10 users in the US. At present, Chrome is Windows OS’ top browser, with a share of more than 70 percent.
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