Internet Explorer has long been declining in popularity, but it hit an abandonment milestone in October as its market share dropped below 50 per cent for the first time in more than a decade. What browsers are reaping the benefits?
Problem: because of forgivable ignorance and prominent icon placement, friend/roommate/loved one still uses Internet Explorer. Solution, as engineered by Redditor Permabla: make the more attractive alternatives extremely visible.
Internet Explorer, the old, fat, mad king of the online kingdom still reigns uncontested. But beneath him, a power struggle between Chrome and Firefox, the latter of which has clung to the number two spot. But that's about to change.