Software mega-developer Microsoft wants Internet Explorer 6 to go away sooner than later.
In a rare move, Microsoft launched a website yesterday to track the browser's demise.
"It's time to say goodbye," wrote the company.
As part of its countdown, the website provides a detailed map of where the browser is still being used the most but therein lies a problem. More than a third of users in China are still using Explorer 6. Further complicating matters is the claim that nine in 10 copies of Windows in China are pirated.