Snipped from ComputerWorld article:
Computerworld - Microsoft's Internet Explorer (IE) last month lost the largest amount of usage share in three years, a Web metrics firm said today.
The slide of IE, which dropped 1.8 percentage points to 52.6% during October, came on the heels of a fall of nine-tenths of a point in September. Only IE's November 2008 plummet of more than 2 points was larger, according to data from Net Applications.
In the last three months, IE has lost 3.3 points, or 6% of its total share as of July 31, the biggest three-month drop since October-December 2009.
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