Chrome, Internet Explorer, Firefox, and More: Which Browser is the Best for YOU?

Browsers: it’s probably the most important and argued piece of software with regards to modern computer. Out of all the available internet browsers that are in the internet today, the battle between which are the best boils down to five super popular browsers namely: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Safari, Opera and Google Chrome. These five browsers are in their own way, unique, better and special than the other. It will be up to you to choose which one is the winner and for the browsers to make sure they are the one you choose. Continue reading

What to Look for in a Browser

You don’t have to use the web browser your computer came installed with: there are many other browser options out there, some of them quite popular. You certainly wouldn’t be the only one switching, or at least testing other browsers out to see how you they suit your individual needs. The five most popular browsers today are Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Safari and Opera. So what should you look for in a browser when you’re shopping around for one? Continue reading

Why Use a Web Browser?

Web browsers are by far the most popular way to access the internet. A browser runs as a software program on a computer with internet access. Browsers still work without internet access, but they aren’t able to access any new information. So what can you do with a web browser on the internet? There may be more options open to you than you’re aware of. Continue reading

How to Improve the Performance of Your Browser

Let’s face it: websites aren’t loading as fast at you’d like. Fortunately, there’s lots you can do to improve your web browser’s performance to make your internet surfing experience faster and more fun. Your browser depends on many different interacting software and hardware operations to run as smoothly as possible. Continue reading

The Hidden History in your Web Browser

A web browser is a software program or application used for getting, presenting and sending lots of information from resources available on the World Wide Web. Browsers interpret the coding language of the Web in graphical form, showing the translation rather than the coding. By this method, it allows everyone to browse the World Wide Web by the simple pointing and clicking navigation. Although the web browsers are primarily created to access the internet, they can also be used to access data and information provided by web servers in some private networks and other systems. Continue reading

Staying Safe with IE9

Finally!!  After Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer 9 is here and this time the Microsoft has opened it for everyone without so much as a problem so far. After so many previous versions with many flaws, Microsoft released a new and powerful browser that can blow your mind. Internet Explorer 9 was just released and the users are still playing with its user interface from Microsoft. This new web browser is described by many reviewers as the fastest, cleanest and smoothest version ever released by Microsoft. It really suits the Windows 7 operating system very well with its chrome look and feel. Continue reading