The three most common alternatives to Internet Explorer today are Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Opera. All are free to download and use.
Internet Explorer, for most part is incorporated in our everyday lives, in one way or another.Internet Explorer is a very solid web browser, but you may be tired of it and want to try something new or different out.Some people say that they are frustrated with the constant updates, script errors, and the warnings over and over again. The frustration can end today!Here is a brief overview of the three most common web browser alternatives to Internet Explorer. All three work on most Windows based Operating Systems and are all free to download and use.
This is Google’s gateway into the realm of Internet browsers. Chrome is a stripped-down web browser that is designed to run “lean and mean.” If you are using a slower computer or maybe you are concerned about resource usage on your system then this is the browser meant for you.The layout of this browser is a little different than what most people are used to, it is sort of plain looking, but gets straight to the point.I highly recommend giving this one a try for a few days and see if you like it or not. Download is available at google.com/chrome.
Mozilla Firefox is currently the second most widely-used web browser in the world. Firefox programmers routinely fix security issues as well as develop many useful plug ins to enhance the entire operation and your web browsing experience.I do not recommend downloading every plug in, but there are many that you will find useful. Download is available at Mozilla.com
The least known web browser of them all is Opera, made by Opera Software. Opera works on all Operating Systems.It is one of the fastest browsers now available and it also has the added advantage of being optimized for use on mobile devices. It is also specially designed for users who have visual or motor impairments.Opera has received tons of positive reviews and is winning industry awards for usability. Download is available at opera.com.All of these web browsers have their strengths and weaknesses, but you don’t have to settle for the browser that came with your system.If you’re not happy with Internet Explorer, then I would give all three of these a try. They’re all quick to install and use.If you have trouble installing or using any of these web browsers give the Tech Experts support team a call at (734)-457-5000. Or, you can just bring your system in to us and we’ll work with you to get everything set up properly.