There are several good browsers to choose from these days, but for me it’s an easy choice – Google’s Chrome. Even if you’re a member of the “I Hate Google” club (and there are a few of you out there), you have to admit that Chrome is by far the best browser available.
The “Default” Browser
Back in the day, we were all pretty much forced into using IE (Microsoft’s Internet Explorer, or Internet Exploder as some people call it). The sad thing is, it’s not that much better today than it was fifteen years ago. Yes, I know, there are some of you throwing tomatoes at me right now, but let’s face it, IE is slow and cumbersome. The old phrase about putting lipstick on a pig comes to mind when it comes to the “upgrades” IE has received the past few years. All you have to do is look at its market share, or the lack thereof, to see that I’m not the only one with this opinion. Read More →