Windows 10 Edge browser

Another metrics vendor weighs in with data, shows Edge run by just 12% of Windows 10 users in the U.S.

Microsoft's new Edge browser has been largely ignored by U.S. users of Windows 10, an online measurement company said Monday.
Instead, Google's Chrome has shanghaied Windows 10's top browser spot.
Although Edge -- the default browser bundled with Windows 10 -- got a temporary boost when the operating system launched in late July, its share of all browsers on the OS quickly slipped from an early peak of about 16% to its current 12%.
According to San Francisco-based Quantcast, Chrome is the dominant browser on Windows 10 in the U.S., with a share slightly north of 70%.