Another year has gone by, what has changed in the browser scene? Have your loyalties changed? Let’s find out!
Although there are a variety of dedicated password management tools, every modern browser has its own built-in password manager. But just how good are the built-in password managers? We’ll look at how each popular browser’s password manager compares when it comes to convenience, security, sync features, and supported devices and operating systems. Dedicated password managers still have some advantages, so we’ll cover how you can get a better password manager no matter which browser you’re already using.
Remember Internet Explorer 6? Well, Internet Explorer isn’t horrible anymore. Whether you like IE or not, you can’t deny that it has improved dramatically and is now worthy of taking its place alongside other modern browsers — especially with the new Internet Explorer 11. Internet Explorer 11 is part of Windows 8.1, which is currently available as a Preview release and will launch officially later this year. Windows 7 users will eventually be able to upgrade to Internet Explorer 11, too.
If you have been using any version of Internet Explorer, you are potentially vulnerable to being hacked. A critical security update was released this past Tuesday. The next attack, however, is just around the corner.