Internet Exploding!

Microsoft once again losing with its internet browser, the Internet Que Explode (Microsoft Internet Explorer), so named because it crashes a lot, being heavy like a hippo, takes too long to load pages and still has an HTML standard not updated by the standards of the new model HTML5 and WebSockets, making it impossible for several applications to run in this browser. It is no coincidence that many users are using competing browsers, such as Google Wave, where it is necessary to install Chrome Frame for Internet Explorer, or use other browsers compatible with the application.

Little known about Google Wave, but we have several applications that no longer work in Internet Explorer, such as North American magazines that use HTML5 for their users, as well as real-time communication platforms, apart from speed, Firefox in version 2.0, it is two to three times faster than its competitor, and in version 3.5, Firefox is 2 times faster than 2.0. A page that takes 3 ms in 2.0, takes 1.54 ms in 3.5, and 1.34 ms in 3.7. I don't even need to talk about Internet Que Explode (Internet Explorer), right?

Ugly, with no customization options for plug-ins, add-ons, the Microsoft browser has been banned from being marketed for some time, in several European countries, along with Windows, making the user able to opt for competing browsers searching the internet, in addition to automatically downloading and installing for the user.

Since 2000, Internet Explorer was at 90% in the ranking of most used browsers, nowadays, it is at the suffered level of 60%, due to several competitors, such as Firefox, Google Chrome, Opera and Apple's Safari (also for Windows ).

And you, still use the Internet That Explodes? Oops, Internet Explorer. Download a browser that looks like you today, see what competitors provide:

Firefox: Wide range of add-ons, with more than 1 billion applications that can be integrated into the browser through the mozilla gallery, such as downloading videos, add-ons for communication , development, entertainment, download management, RRS live news, Blogs, etc.

Google Chrome: Made in HTML5 standards, based on open source browsers for Linux, Google Chrome is the fastest browser to launch than all others, having a user-friendly interface, with floating tabs, which can be detached from the browser, and move on to use in other windows, or create new windows, maintaining the site and / or page of the current location. Currently, the version supports some add-ons developed by Google, and some from third parties, but they are few and very limited.

Opera: Opera's great advantage is its Turbo function. With it, you can surf the internet up to 3x faster than usual, in addition to having a fully integrated browser with various services such as e-mail reader, chat, and even a sharing system over P2P networks developed by Opera. It does not have add-ons, however, it is already full of several functions, perhaps any other add-on may be dispensable.

Safari: Its version, particularly, I like 3.5 more for Windows, that the text fonts are smoothed just like on the Macintosh, but currently, in its version 4.0, it is extremely functional, displays websites as well as competing browsers on the Windows platform, and it has a different history, it uses a space to insert the sites most accessed by you, in addition to being able to go back in time and see which sites were seen in slide mode, with all the luxury and delicacy of a fast browser that supports acceleration 3D to display the pages. Supports HTML5 and WebSockets with installation of Apple add-ons. It does not accept third-party applications, nor does it have add-ons to maximize navigation.

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