Counting down the end of Internet Explorer 6

A map showing world-wide market share of IE6. All countries are under 1%, except the Peoples Republic of China with 3.1%
Source: Net Applications, Internet Explorer 6 usage share by country

Breakdown of worldwide share by country/region

Here we broke down worldwide usage share using a weighted model, where the number of Internet users in each country was taken into consideration. This diagram shows how countries with relatively low Internet Explorer 6 usage share may contribute to a larger portion of worldwide usage share, due to the large number of internet users in that country.

Rest of the world0.30%
Total Usage - March 20150.99%

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