When picking a web broswer that suites you, it’s important that you just try a few. You won’t truly know what fits you unless you try one. Here’s some brief information on a few, to help make your choice a little easier. These are alternatives to the standard Internet Explorer, which I’m sure everyone is familiar with since it is the default browser on all Windows machines.
Mozilla Firefox – this is a popular alternative to Internet Explorer, and is usually the next browser up that people go to once they are tired of IE. The easy syncing makes this a popular choice amongst Android Market users. Also, the tab function (which has since been integrated into almost every browser) originated on this browser, making it easier to view multiple sites at a time.
Google Chrome – This is owned by Google of course, and is more based upon the pages you view versus the standard browser experience. It’s not built to have an abundant number of tabs open, but running fewer than 20 is ideal. Also, if you’re an online gamer, this is the browser for you, as it runs Add-Ons like Flash player flawlessly.
Safari – This is the Apple equivalent to Internet explorer, and it’s also just as boring. It has since been used with Google, making searching a lot easier, and they’ve also integrated the tab system into this browser as well, but that’s about where the specs end.
There are a few,not as popular browsers like Opera, but it’s not as popular due to some issues with the website rendering.
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