Most Windows computers come pre-installed with Internet Explorer, and for a lot of people, that is enough. Most people aren’t willing to try another browser, but Mozilla Firefox is well worth the space it takes on your hard drive (about 15mb). From my experience, Firefox is faster, and more user friendly than IE, and it is more manual: it gives you more options regarding the layout of the browser. Here you go:
Internet Explorer 9:
-Allows add-ons such as Google Search box. Go into settings and find toolbar section to add/remove.
-Works on Windows computers, Macs if the user is running a Windows OS inside of Mac OS (as a program).
-Allows annoying “adds by coupon drop down” adds.
-Few add-ons available.
-Less customizable, add-ons have a fixed position.
-Allows add-ons such as Google Search box. Right-click on toolbar and click customize to add/remove.
-Works with Windows, Apple, Google, and Linux/Ubuntu products, in its original form.
-Blocks annoying “adds by coupon drop down” adds.
-Many add-ons available.
-More customizable, add-ons can be moved by clicking “customize” in the toolbar, and using the mouse to reposition the add-ons.
There you have it: a basic comparison of Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer 9.
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Please note that there is a newer version of IE, IE 10. However, it is designed for Windows 8 (although it does work with Windows 7). Most current users will be using IE 9 (which is why I chose to compare Firefox and IE 9. If you want to know about IE 10, then click this link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_Explorer_10)