Often we have issues with the mechanics of how we surf the internet. There are really good browsers that are just out there waiting to be downloaded. I have eight myself, and I really haven’t had issues of glitches.
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All a browser is just a way to load web pages. There seems to be myopic view that what we are currently using is the perfect way. But there are hundreds of great browsers out there, some of which will run circles around MS Explorer or Firefox.
I would encourage you to download a few of these. Check them out. I personally can vouch for Chrome, Opera, Maxthon or Flock. All of these do what you want them to do. And each have features the others don’t have.
What is important for me is how fast do pages load? How customized can I go, and how much space will this browser will take up on my hard drive? Does it have a solid connection with Facebook, built-in news links, or multiple search engines?
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I’m using Google quite a bit. It just seems cleaner and more intuitive for me. I was a hardcore MS Explorer user for a long time. Used both Netscape and Opera for a while. If I was stranded on a desert island and could only take one browser with me, I would without hesitation choose Google Chrome.(But if I was stuck out there I probably wouldn’t have a wi-fi signal, lol)
OK, so I’m shamelessly plugging Chrome. IMHO it is the easiest and the best. But check out the rest. If you want to download the Chrome browser here is where you could start.