Shortly after the release of the highly anticipated Internet Explorer 9 a month ago, many internauts are getting tired of the eternal competition among the different browsers. These programs focus all of their efforts on getting ahead of their rivals instead of unifying their functions in order to offer the user a more comfortable navigation, 100% compatible with all of the websites available online.
¿Which one is the best browser? This is a question with many possible answers. It all depends on what type of user are you and on what kind of tasks you do online. Let’s see, then, what browser you should choose.
BEGINNER (Internet Explorer):
If you consider yourself as a beginner who uses his PC just to chat with friends, check the latest news or gossip on the Web and update your social network’s profiles every once in a while, then Internet Explorer it’s for you.
Basically, I’d recommend this browser only for those who care little or nothing about improving their user experience. In short, if I suggest IE to you it’s because it is already installed in your computer, along with Windows.
INTERMEDIATE – ADVANCED (Google Chrome)
If, apart from the uses I’ve mentioned before, you usually have fun with online games, you love watching YouTube’s videos and listening to radios from around the world, Google Chrome is definitely your browser.
This application is extremely dynamic when streaming audio and video, as well as for downloading files from websites (programs, music, documents, etc.). Maybe it is one of the browsers that take up more hard drive space, but it also is one of the most efficient in the market. This is because it provides a smooth and fast navigation with great compatibility with any website.
100% GEEK (Mozilla Firefox)
Finally, if –in addition to chatting, news reading, game playing and watching online videos- you are a real net avant-garde who loves to customize his PC with different plug-ins and new functionalities, I believe Mozilla Firefox will make you happier than any other browser.
This is the “star” browser for many people because it has a huge addon library. Not only you will be able to navigate through your favorite websites but you can also have manipulate your multimedia player from the Firefox window ¡and even to download videos from YouTube in just one click!
It’s worth mentioning here are many other similar programs which don’t want to be left behind, like Opera, Safari and SeaMonkey. But, without any doubts, those who own the biggest piece of the market are Internet Explorer, Chrome and Firefox.
If you want to deepen this browser comparison, we recommend you to take a look to this detailed report from Wikipedia.
Now tell me: ¿Which one do you choose?
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