Internet Explorer continues to lose market share, according to WebSideStory.

A report on eWeek reveals that Microsoft's browser has lost 1.8 percentage points of share over the last three months, it now holds 93.7 per cent, the company said. It's a continuation of a trend first seen in June/July.

Alternative browsers are gaining traction as a result of the trend, with Netscape/Mozilla browsers gaining the most, taking 5.2 per cent.