Ryan Gavin, Microsoft’s senior director of Internet Explorer, is remarkably
chirpy for a man whose product’s market share has plunged from 90% to roughly
60%, but it seems things are not all bad. "The future for IE is as bright as
it’s been any time over the past five years," he says. "IE8 is the
fastest-growing browser in history: it’s the number one browser on Windows, and
the number one across all OSs. The simple truth comes down to: every single day,
more users are choosing Internet Explorer 8 than any other modern browser out


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