I ask this mainly relating it to my (or your) own website. It seems you can get some significant traffic from Bing. I briefly had a problem with one of my own sites not showing up exactly right in Internet Explorer. I fixed it. But it got me thinking about the importance of having a site set up to be able to be seen in any browser. So, then I wondered if people who find your site from Bing, if they are using Internet Explorer. Because traffic from Bing is nothing to sneeze at!
They could be using any browser.
Bing has been growing recently thanks to search being pushed in windows 8 and a growing number of Windows mobile devices so its an important traffic source, and a good proportion of ppl will probably be using IE, but a lot will also be using other browsers
Bing is just kinda mediocre, but Internet Explorer is Lucifer himself, and he wants your computer dead (because it factors into his plan or something).
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