Maritza Martinez Browsers 2011

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1. To Flash or Not to Flash

2. Marketshare

3. Google Chrome 9

3.1. Pros:

3.1.1. The best browser for HTML5

3.1.2. New search feature, Instant, that tries to predict just what you're looking for.

3.2. Cons:

3.2.1. Less people use it

3.2.2. Not very fast

4. Mozilla Firefox 4

4.1. Pros:

4.1.1. The ability to group different pages into collections making it easy to switch between them.(Panorama feature)

4.1.2. The best browser for add-ons.

4.2. Cons:

4.2.1. By making itself so versatile it also became more slow.

4.2.2. Does not let all facebook functions work. Slow loading web pages.

5. Explorer9

5.1. Pros:

5.1.1. It is currently the best browser for speed on the PC.

5.1.2. New "do not track" feature.

5.2. Cons:

5.2.1. One of the biggest cons of IE9 is the fact that this version of the web browser only supports Windows 7 and Vista.

5.2.2. People who use Windows XP as their computers' operating system won't be able to use Internet Explorer 9.

6. Define: Browser- a computer program that makes it possible for you to read information on the Internet

7. Define: HTML5- HTML 5 is the next revision of the Hypertext Markup Language (HTML), the standard programming language for describing the contents and appearance of Web pages.

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9. Apple Safari 5

9.1. Pros:

9.1.1. Safari Reader feature

9.1.2. Smoother transitions, smoother video performance and all around a faster experience.

9.2. Cons:

9.2.1. Takes longer to install than the other competitors.

9.2.2. Memory usage goes up when loading a page with several links.

10. Opera 11

10.1. Pros:

10.1.1. Opera's badge system includes a smart tweak: quick links for reporting a site as fraud or malware.

10.1.2. New feature Tab Stack, groups tabs only in the tab bar.

10.2. Cons:

10.2.1. Doesn't make great strides in its HTML5 compliance

10.2.2. Opera remains a closed-source and niche approach to browsing that lacks the open-source appeal of Firefox or the corporate backing of Chrome, Safari, or Internet Explorer