Here at Top Left Design, we need to keep on top of many different browsers – websites can look different depending on which one you use!
While the less tech-savvy Windows users amongst you may still be using Internet Explorer (*ahem*), most of you will have no doubt experimented with different browsers.
With so many available, which one do you prefer to use?
We all know that web browsers are getting faster. So what can you do to keep up with them?
There used to be a time when you might have waited 3 minutes for a webpage to open.
Then we got broadband.
Then we only had to wait an average 10 seconds for a page to load.
Then we got Firefox.
Now our new browsers such as Google’s ‘Chrome’ not only load the page in a split-second, but the programs themselves open almost instantaneously. Plus they can handle a metric ton of ‘tabs’ and not slow your computer down in the process!
Here’s 8 tips to give your web-surfing a steroid boost
Google have now released a browser with faster yet simpler browsing. They say that it’s a new age browser derived from a combination of other browsers but only using the useful stuff to handle modern day websites. Features include multithreaded tabs and a built in search engine making tasks easier and quicker.