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Which Browser to choose


You have probably been a witness to the browser war that's being more and more intense. Companies who make this software (at least most of them) are trying to earn money, so they are trying to have their product to be the number one, naturally. But is is the right thing to do? How do you, as an ordinary user, decide which browser to use?

browser battle

First, there was only Internet Explorer. Everyone was using it, but honestly, it always sucked. Then, Firefox came out. It was a revolution. It took a piece of the puzzle from IE, as more and more users began to transition to FF. After that, Google Chrome came out. Of course, by just having "Google" in front of the name, that's enough guarantee for its quality. Each side is claiming that their browser is the best, the fastest, the prettiest and much more. But which one is for you?

If you're one of those people who don't like to install new things, you're probably going to be fine with Internet Explorer. It comes preinstalled with Windows, and it will suit most of your needs. However, if you'd like to see web pages open faster, you might want to try Firefox. Firefox (and Chrome) are open source programs, so that is an advantage for them. However, the main disadvantage of Firefox is that it takes up too much memory. If your computer doesn't have enough RAM, it might freeze. Finally, there is Chrome.

Chrome is the newest browser of these three, and Google made it. It's fast, and it doesn't take a lot of memory. It's very simple and easy to use.

So, make your choice and choose the right browser for you.