Windows team blog has published an update of Internet Explore market share for October. The data comes from Net Applications: "in addition to 10 million downloads, 0.32% of customers worldwide and 1.46% of Windows 7 users are using Internet Explorer 9 as their daily browser."
According to Net Apps, IE 9 Beta usage share on Win7 grew about 2.5 times, from 0.61% in Sep to 1.46% for the month of Oct.
"Our latest browser offerings (IE8 and IE9 Beta) saw a 0.45% increase in market share this month worldwide. In fact, that's higher worldwide growth than Chrome'd Stable and Beta channels (Beta/Dev/Canary) from Sep to Oct of 0.19% (7.69% in Sep with Chrome 5/6/7/8 versus 7.88% in Oct with Chrome 6/7/8/9). And in the US, IE8 and IE9 combined grew 0.58%, compared with Chrome's 0.41% total growth," said IE team.
Worldwide, IE9's market share gained by 0.21%, up to 0.32%.
Reference: Net Apps