We'll be covering a local IE9 event this evening, but the latest browser from Microsoft is off to a good start - there has been more than 2 million downloads since its official release earlier this week. With a new, sleeker look and features that bring it on par with competitors like Firefox and Chrome, it remains to be seen if it will reverse the downwards trend of IE for the past few years.
PC Magazine - The post goes on to note that the rate equates to 27 downloads every second. The adoption of its new browser bodes well for Microsoft, as Google's Chrome has effectively been digging into its market share after years of Mozilla's Firefox doing the same.
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