A quick glance over at the most current desktop web browser market share data from Net Applications reveals that Google’s Chrome browser is the most popular option out there by a wide margin. As of December 2019, Chrome is used by a whopping 67.28% Windows and Mac computers. The next-closest web browser is Firefox, which doesn’t even break into double digits. Microsoft’s Internet Explorer and Edge browsers came in at numbers three and four, with the former holding onto a 7.42% of the market and the latter accounting for 5.65% of global web browser usage. Think for a moment about how crazy that is. Microsoft’s Windows operating system powers 87.37% of desktop and laptop computers around the world, and a version of one or both of Microsoft’s web browsers come preinstalled on all of those machines. That means all of these hundreds of millions of users actively avoid Microsoft’s browsers. In fact, downloading Chrome might be the only reason many people ever open Internet Explorer or Edge.