Firefox x64 DE is what I recommend to everyone, and have recommended for years. It's Mozilla's official 64-bit browser (not 3rd-party x64)--far better than Edge, imo. Chrome--the perpetual beta Chrome--really sucks by comparison--imo, of course. I'm very skeptical about the Net stats, always have been. Sort of like political polls--completely off-the-wall and unreliable until 8:30 pm or so on election day--when they miraculously
begin getting it right, somehow...;)
Anyhoo, Edge is much inferior to FF DE x64, so there's just no reason to believe these stats. While I certainly believe a lot of people are trying it I think most of them will mirror my experience, comparatively. Chrome is always in a beta incarnation--but Edge is much closer to being alpha!
I've tried Edge several times--I'm in the Win10 beta-testing program ("Insiders,"--feel free to join, it's open to the public now, etc.) so I see advanced builds of the OS and the Edge browser long before the public sees them--and the best way to sum up my experience with Edge is to say that it's extremely
awkward. Weird thing about Edge is (among many weird things) that I cannot put my favorites/bookmarks on the left side of the browser GUI in a vertical column...Edge just says "no" to that. After having dinged Microsoft several times through the beta-tester's Hub, and at length about this issue, it doesn't look like this is going to happen. After using Edge I'm convinced Microsoft mandated this GUI favorites placement simply to appear "different"...;) No other reason--merely superficial. While I never much used Internet Explorer, either--Netscape/Communicator was better, imo--I note that even as far back as IE, Microsoft allowed you to put your favorites column of links anywhere you want them--left or right! But not so with Edge. It seems an exercise in being different merely to be different, with all other concerns merely a secondary consideration.
Don't let the "DE" for developer's edition
scare you. If you do not develop web pages, you simply use it just like a regular browser and never see the developer capabilities unless you want to. But, if all you want is a 64-bit version of Firefox
also officially supported and updated (not third party), then that's available, too.
It is well known universally that I do not make mistakes--so, if you should happen across an error in that which I have written, please be assured that *I* did not write it!...:)