A Guide to Browsers – Which One to Choose

We all know of the top browsers, Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Opera and Safari, but which one is best for you?

Let’s start with Internet Explorer. It’s Microsoft’s answer to the web browser. As most of Microsoft’s products, it is compatible with hundreds of plugins, so you’ll never have a problem with a lack of ad-ons. IE is not an amazing browser, but it’s easy to install and browses the internet, providing all the necessary browser functionality.

Firefox Browser

Firefox Browser

While IE is somewhat ideal for some, as it comes pre-installed with Windows, it really isn’t the perfect choice. It has many problems, the biggest one is speed, and Internet Explorer is extremely lacking here. Compared to most other browsers, this isn’t the best one, but if you need simple internet and don’t want to download new software, you can stick with IE.

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Chrome for Linux – Best Browser on Linux

Within just a short period of time, Google Chrome has proven its capabilities and authority as far as web browsers are concerned. In fact, it has surpassed what other web browser giants are capable of giving. Now, Google Chrome has just recently launched the stable version of Google Chrome for Linux. With its release, Linux users have one more option to choose from as far as web browsers are concerned.

Chrome on Linux

Chrome on Linux

Chrome does many things quite dissimilar, or even better, than existing browsers for Linux. Users might like what they see when they try Chrome. If you haven’t tried it for your Linux machine, then, here’s a quick overview of what to expect from Chrome for Linux.

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Chrome History – Useful Tips to See and Delete Browsing History

Are you familiar with chrome history? You certainly have heard it especially if you are using Google Chrome as your web browser. The term primarily refers to the list of internet sites you have visited and are sorted out by dates from the most recent to the oldest. As these are stored in your computer system, anyone who has liberal access into your computer can view the internet sites you recently and frequently visited.

Chrome history serves a lot of purpose. First, it effectively tracks down web browsing activity. This is very important most especially to parents as this will give them an idea of their children’s unattended online activity and forewarn them of possible dangers lurking around. Besides, chrome history proves to be useful when you forget to bookmark or jot down a particular web page as these can be viewed under the recently closed link. Finally, Google configured their web browser with a search pane that allows you to input a query then quickly hunt down vague web address.

This proves to be an excellent time saver as you are spared from manually going through every link. In general, chrome history not only allows you to see browsing history, you can search and even clear or delete the browser history. To some point, deleting the browsing history effectively improves the speed of your chrome browser. To get started, here are some easy and simple ways to see and delete your internet browsing history. Read on.

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DownThemAll – Best Download Manger for Firefox Users

Download managers are very handy tool if you either download a lot of files or download less but larger files from internet. These tools manage your download more efficiently. They speed up the download process by dividing the file into multiple segments and downloading all of them parallel. If your file is hosted on multiple server it will download each segment from different location even. Download managers can also be used to schedule the download or queue them to be downloaded. Just put the download in queue and leave the computer rest will be managed by Download manager utility.

DownThemAll  - Firefox Download Manager

DownThemAll - Firefox Download Manager

Now you must have used a separate application which are free as well as Paid (some advanced one), but if you are using Firefox, you can use a free Add-on DownThemAll, which can do all these things which any other download manager application does and enjoy the benefit without installing any separate application. The only difference here would be instead of opening the application you need to keep Firefox window Open in order to use DownThemAll. Since it is added as and Add-on to Firefox using it is obviously more convenient and secure. It allows you to scan entire website for available downloads with just one click.

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