All of those are crap when they don't separate legacy browser versions on their data. It sounds harsh, but, anyone who runs IE on XP is going out of their minds because IE on XP is no longer relevant. Anyone who switch to FF and Chrome on XP, would be out of their mind to switch to something different on their new windows based PC, if they haven't switch to Android tablet already. surely the number is skewed, but, so does IE number represented from other sources. I am happy IE9 finally is enough to compete, but, that is not going to stop IE losing its position except retaining itself as a default pre-installed browser. few years later, we will come back talking about Microsoft launching a kill the IE9 websites and still refused to look at IE as a product that needs to be more competitive on multiplatform web world.