um, irrelevant to you maybe
But IE isn't over just because it dropped below 50% (and that percentage depends on where you are located). Because we could say the same for FF and certainly for Opera who I have yet to meet anyone who actually uses it. The browser wars aren't over and aren't likely to be over any time soon. (Same for operating systems, consoles, TVs, phones, tablets, etc.). As IE, Netscape, Firefox, Chrome, or the iPod, or iPhone have shown, new comers could show up at any time and take over the market.
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