Next Generation Web Browsers Battle Continued: IE9 vs. Firefox 4 vs. Chrome 10

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Internal Explorer 9 vs Firefox 4 vs Chrome

Next Generation web browser war seems to be continued with a vengeance ever since the three new versions of the three big browsers came out yet – Internet Explorer 9 from Microsoft, Firefox Mozilla 4 and Google Chrome 10. One thing for sure, the team of all three big browsers worked too hard to update their older versions and come with a new, improved and more streamlined interface and unique features. It’s really very difficult to decide which one to choose and deserves a place on desktop?

Here is the break-down of three new versions of the three big browsers – Internet Explorer 9, Firefox Mozilla 4 and Google Chrome 10. Take a look:

Contender #1: Mozilla Firefox 4:

Mozilla come up with the latest version of the world’s most-used internet browser Firefox 4. The long awaited Firefox 4 packed with tons of new features such as streamlined user interface, enhanced performance, application tabs and tab grouping, built-in bookmark, history, password synchronization, privacy controls and security, CSS3 transitions and transformations, crash protection and lots more.

Contender #2: Internet Explorer 9:

Internet Explorer 9 (IE9) has been launched by Microsoft on March 14, 2011. The next generation web browser Windows Internet Explorer 9 (abbreviated as IE9) uses HTML 5 and advance JavaScript.  Some of the most interesting features of IE9 include pinned sites functionality, jump List, new download manager, greater speed, new design, privacy controls, improved tab functionality and notifications, tracking protection, unified address bar etc.

Contender #3: Chrome 10:

Google has recently updated to older Chrome version and released Chrome 10 as the latest version of the Google Chrome web browser. Google Chrome 10 rolled with so many features such as in-tab settings page by default, improved security and settings interface, integrated Flash Player, preliminary implementation of GPU-accelerated video, reorder apps from new tab page, new settings panel interface, encryption for synchronized passwords etc.

At present, the top three web browsers in the market are Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Chrome. The good news is that the three new versions of the three big browsers are available to download. No one knows who will the king of next-gen web browser battle in the browser market of 2011. It seems like it’s a browser battle for the ages and it’s too early to jump to conclusions.

Posted By: CSSChopper Team


09 May 2011
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