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Web browsers are gateways to the Internet, so they play a key role in your browsing experience. They shape the way we experience the Internet and interact with others.
There are many web browsers, which one should you use? The answer is not straightforward. It depends on your preferences and requirements.
- Do you want to surf the Internet as quickly as possible? Then, Google Chrome is your best bet. It is designed to make the web faster, safer, and easier. Google Chrome is indeed remarkably fast and, of course, it is absolutely free of charge.
Google Chrome supports themes and extensions, so you can customize the appearance of your browser (its look and feel) and expand its functions. Some of the extensions you may be interested in are:
- Screen Capture (by Google) or Awesome Screenshot: Capture & Annotate. Screen Capture is an easy to use extension to “capture visible content of a tab, a region of a web page, or the whole page as a PNG image”.
- Adblock Plus blocks banners, pop-ups, and video ads.
- Ginger: Grammar and Spell Checker.
- Feedly: RSS Reader.
- LastPass: “it is an online password manager and form filler that makes web browsing easier and more secure.”
- InvisibleHand: “it automatically gets the lowest price on whatever you’re buying”.
- Do you want a flexible browser with many different features? I advise you to choose Mozilla Firefox.Mozilla Browser is a free and very popular web browser. It comes with an inbuilt download manager tool, “Private Browsing” feature, and the largest collection of themes and add-ons.
- Opera: is another fast and free alternative browser.
- Torch Browser: “you can share sites you like, download torrents, accelerate downloads and grab online media – all directly from the browser”.
- Maxthon: allows you to seamlessly synchronize (bookmarks, tabs, settings, etc.) your phone, tablet, and computer browsers.
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