Ask anyone about the best browsers in the web browsing market and you’ll likely get the following list – IE, Chrome, Firefox. Those who are more tech-savvy might list Opera as an alternative. Those are the 4 most popular browsers on Windows, but which one is the best? Perhaps none of them. Popularity can be an indicator of quality, but it doesn’t guarantee it.
It has been 2.5 years since we last asked you this question, and its high time to see what has changed in the browser scene. In October of 2010, Firefox won the nod for best browser by a small margin, and IE and Safari trailed the group with almost no votes to their names. How do things look in 2013?
Microsoft is finally rolling out Internet Explorer 10 to users with Windows 7 installed on their machines. This is a huge user base, as Microsoft claims there are over 700 million customers still using Windows 7 as their operating system of choice.
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.