The best web browsers to date

So what is the best browser to work with these days? Well here is a little review about them and some reasons why they are where they are. Of course this is a biased review because it came from my own understanding, but I also based them on their performances.

Firefox – An excellent web browser, surpassing previous versions of IE and getting better and better updated. Smooth loading and easy hotkeys, what more could you ask for? With the tab mode of an add to list window, it really made life so much easier for all those lazy internet surfers. Another thing would be the Mozilla plugins feature which basically gives you the freedom to update your Mozilla web browser, a great addition to the expanding world of online programming. Bottom line, get Firefox and stick with it.

Google Chrome – Second best and forerunner to the web browser throne. Google has almost everything from search engines to online advertising and much more. Well, it’s not enough as it sounds because they want to take over the web browser business as well. Yes, I have admitted that Chrome seems to be much faster than Firefox. One cool feature would be “drag and drop anywhere” which allows you to drag text or a link from anywhere on a web page and drop it right into your search bar, making life as easy as it already is.

Internet Explorer – The best and best web browser, long before Firefox and Chrome came out. Nice color scheme but such a long loading browser, I wouldn’t mind using it if the above two are for maintenance or something. Most of the features seen in Firefox are also here in IE, and the environment is amazing to look at.

Well there you have it, if you don’t want to hear my thoughts try it yourself. After that you can tell me if I am wrong or right. There are many other browsers you can choose from, but three are the best of the best. Anyway, without your help, browsing online will be just as boring as it was in 1990.

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