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Microsoft is celebrating the news that Internet Explorer 6 (IE6) use in the US has officially dropped below one per cent of internet visits.
In March, Microsoft assembled a team to push for the destruction of IE6, and have succeeded in reducing the market footprint of the browser. Currently 7.7 per cent of worldwide internet site visits use IE6, according to Microsoft, but the figure is now 0.9 per cent in the US.
So Redmond threw a party to celebrate:
Everything else in MSIE 5.2 may belong to the Internet stone age, but transparency? No problem
China currently leads the rankings in use of IE6, with around a quarter of internet denizens still firing up the browser