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Windows 7: Internet Explorer 6 Market Share Finally Falls Under 5%

08 Oct 2013   #11
jimbo45

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Hi there
not sure that this statistic means anything - even at a Pub Quiz evening.

After all I'll bet the use of the ABACUS has fallen significantly too in the last 1000 years, or Sony Walkman cassette players etc etc.

Technology moves on.


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jimbo


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