Are you using the best web browser of 2015?Posted: October 30, 2015
They compared Google Chrome, Microsoft’s Edge and Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, and Opera to determine the best of the best.
Using the latest available version of each browser (except for Firefox), they looked at each browser holistically: How easy was each to install and set up? Does Opera make it simple to switch from Chrome, for example?
Did your favourite browser win? Read the full article online to find out:
- Hachman, M 2015, ‘The best web browser of 2015: Firefox, Chrome, Edge, IE, and Opera compared‘, PC World, 33, 10, pp. 70-81, Australia/New Zealand Reference Centre, EBSCOhost, viewed 21 October 2015.
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Browsing the Web at Griffith
You can use any web browser on your staff computer at Griffith. Keep in mind there are some corporate systems that require a particular browser to be used (typically Internet Explorer or Firefox).
The browsers included as standard for Windows (Internet Explorer/Edge) and Apple OSX (Safari) both work fine for mainstream use.
The most popular browser at Griffith is Google Chrome, probably due to the additional enhancements it provides when using Google Apps and services.
You can install Chrome and Firefox on staff Windows machines from the “Installable Applications” link on the Windows Start Menu.