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PostSubject: Multiple Browsers   Fri Dec 26, 2008 7:32 am

You may have heard your friends talking about using multiple Web browsers, but along with that, you might be wondering why they're doing that in the first place. I mean, is it safe to use more than one Web browser? And even more importantly, is it necessary? Well, as with everything else in the world, there are varying opinions, but in this case, the answer is yes. Let's check this out!

There are so many browsers available these days, it's hard to know which one will perform the best for you. Let's see, there's Internet Explorer, Firefox, Netscape, Opera, etc. (I know I probably missed some, but those are the main ones used). So, instead of choosing just one browser to use, why not use two or three or even four? As long as your computer can handle that much data, there's not really any reason not to. Most differing browsers connect well with each other and will cause you no additional problems.

Now, for the better question: Why should you use more than one Web browser. Why does it matter? Well, the biggest thing is having a back up resource. If one browser fails and breaks down, you will always have another one to back you up. Another big pro on the multiple browser's side is that when you're trying to access a Web page, etc. and it's giving you trouble, you can always test it on another browser. That way, you will be able to see if it's the actual browser, the Web site or if it's something with your Internet connection or firewall.

In other words, using more than one Web browser keeps you safe from vulnerabilities and with more than one browser on your side, you won't ever have to worry about being shut down. You can always continue on with your work and get the job done right. It's just something to think about!

~ Erin

P.S. - The same thing applies to being familiar with more than one e-mail program. You can read here for more information on that!
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