Many people are tired of operating the system today with pre-packaged Microsoft software. Some were moved to Apple's Macintosh line, but in most cases it was just ours. For many reasons, Microsoft Internet Explorer (IE) has come under fire. Hackers make IE easy to exploit.
These reasons and many others have sent internet users looking for a new, less defective browser. Many browsers have reached the market and have become very popular. It's so popular that clever web designers use them to test the functionality of the new website.
Opera (www.opera.com) became a favorite of another browser. market. With things like mouse gestures, he won it. The most recent release works perfectly with most plug-ins.
Mozilla (www.mozilla.org) and the diminished Mozilla Firebird are also very popular. The browser points to old Netscape 6.0, but works great for most web applications and websites. Best in 2003, the web browser won a recent PC World contest.
If you're planning web pages, you'll need to add all of the squares on the desktop and check all your websites with them. There are slight differences in the web pages of each process, and you have to make sure everyone is doing well.