Internet Explorer vs other browsers
We compare the features and capabilities of Internet Explorer 9, Firefox 4.0 beta and Google Chrome beta.
People love a good debate and nothing gets the blood boiling more than some "my browser is better than yours" name calling. Using only fact, we compare the features and capabilities of Internet Explorer 9 with a bunch of other popular browsers; Firefox 4.0 beta and Google Chrome beta.
See how they stack up against each other in a variety of different categories including usability, safety and protection, plus which copes best with HTML5 webpages. Here's what we uncovered:
[All information factually correct as of March 2011 and available to view at http://windows.microsoft.com/en-GB/internet-explorer/products/ie-9/compare-browsers. The views expressed here are not necessarily those of Microsoft.]
I was orginally one of the converted for any windows or explorer software, but recently have grave reservation about its qaulity and reliability, hence the reason to NOT to even look or entertain a mobile or pad running windows.
Had a nightmare with getting any solid support when things go wrong. Windows & Explorer just took your money and RAN. Now its playing second fiddle to Apple & Android its started to listen to its customers, its ignored for decades? Bill Gates has got his money, so why does he give a ***** if windows goes to the wall.
fanboy1111 you make no sense...did you read the article?
"If you want to pin those websites you visit most frequently to your Windows taskbar you'll need to be using Internet Explorer 9 or Google Chrome. The Huf****ton Post recently revealed that users who pinned their site spent 49 per cent more time on the site.
Internet Explorer 9 is also currently the only browser to support jumplists."
"All three browsers offer protection from socially engineered threats.
In a report published by NSS Labs in October 2010 Internet Explorer9 caught 99 percent of all threats, with Firefox catching 19 percent and Chrome managing 3 percent."