The Internet is fast growing from a Web made of static pages into a Web that also includes applications that perform computational tasks and that people interact with. In other words, browsers of future have to process data as well as load pages at a much faster speed and in a more efficient manner.
Microsoft’s dominant browser share – 67 percent according to Net Applications figures reflects the current usage of IE but will Microsoft be able to maintain this market share in the future? That is the million dollar question and will depend on a number of different events that will unfold in future. Lets discuss some of the possibilities here -
Is performance the key area?
What about the cross browser issues?
“All it took was a little competition to get other companies focusing on this problem,” said Darin Fisher, a Chrome engineer at Google. At some point, “Suddenly this problem won’t be a problem anymore and we can move on to the next issue.”
So what happens in future is a thing to wait and watch I guess.