Why Internet Explorer Has Lost Marketshare
The first public beta of Internet Explorer 9 (IE9) is due in Sept 2010. Most of the net surfers online don't have much to expect from the new version of it. Now let me shed some light on why Internet Explorer has lost the charisma which it had as a default Windows Internet Browser:
Lack of innovation: Well-known about Internet Explorer since it took the king's throne from Netscape Navigator.The likes of Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome were the pioneers of introducing some innovative features such as auto-integration and multiple tab in a single window. As a result, Firefox gained over 30% of global computers as their default internet browser and Chrome is chipping away at IE's market share to make it narrower.
Lack of Speed: Internet Explorer's main flaw was its slow loading and heavy memory which it took to run. The windows took time to open and load, and it was a hectic experience in today’s iCore Processing world.
Whether or not these issues are resolved will be answered when the beta gets released to the public.