Accoring to recent reports, Internet Explorer 9 is the primary browser on more then 30% of desktops that use Windows 7.
After a busy week where Microsoft announced the availability of the Windows 8 Consumer Preview, and introducing the Platform Preview 5 of Internet Explorer, they announced that IE9 growth on Windows 7 is passing 30% as of the end of February.
In line with recent months, we’re pleased to report that IE9 growth on Windows 7 continues, passing 30% worldwide as of the end of February. The data is particularly encouraging for users and developers in the US where IE9 is over 40% usage share at the end February.
When the Windows 8 Consumer Preview was released, it came with Internet Explorer 10 inside , which will be the first version of the browser to be compatible with the upcoming Windows 8.
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