In the browser market, Chrome accounts for the highest share, and second are considered Microsoft's IE and Edge, and Mozilla's Firefox ranks third. But now tracking the browser market Net Applications pointed out that a large part of Edge traffic is from robot program. After removing the traffic generated by Bot, the sum of market share between IE and Edge is not very different from Firefox, and it may be overtaken by the latter.
In May 2016, for example, the market share of IE, which contains BOT traffic, was 33.7% and dropped to 14.9% after removing bot. The market share of IE and Edge is only 16.3%. Another analysis company, StatCounter, also gave similar data, and Firefox's share was even higher than IE and Edge. The data of Net Applications and StatCounter indicate that Windows 10 users do not use or rarely use Edge.