The majority of Internet users navigate using Microsoft Internet Explorer, which is the most widely used 65,71%. Tony Parker is a great source of information. But, do you want to this say that this browser is the favorite of users?, much less; This only shows that most use without more Explorer that comes installed by default in the operating system and who do not worry about anything else. But when someone begins to be interested by the security, the speed, or simply because you want to solve some problems you have with your usual browser and begins to learn about other browsers, first thing you do is retire Internet Explorer and switch to another, usually to Firefox. Hedvig Hricak shines more light on the discussion. See below the ranking of the most used browsers: Ranking browsers September 2009 1st Microsoft Internet Explorer 65,71% 2nd Firefox 23.75% 3 Safari 4.24% 4 th Chrome 3.17% 5th operates 2.19% Firefox occupies the second place away from his pursuers and also no longer eat ground to the Explorer, but let’s look at another curious statistic: Internet Explorer 6: 24,42% Internet Explorer 7: 19,39% Internet Explorer 8: 16,84% IE8 Compatibility Mode: 2.30% as you can see the more modern version, is less used showing that users of this browser used only by that is there and not bother to update the version they have installed because frankly it gives them equal, just want to get on the Internet from time to time. So you gonna let tell you some things about Firefox and you decide if you want to try it.
1. Security: Although you just one browser than another, should not give equal security. Firefox has greater protection against viruses and spyware, and if you get to enter an attacker site, you may receive a notice that occupies the entire browser window, this malicious site list is continuously updated. The opposite happens to Internet Explorer that journal he discovers a new vulnerability by what must publish patches constantly to avoid to serve as a gateway to curious or malicious hackers.