Web browser updating
Keeping your web browser up to date is very important.
Out of date web browsers can have serious security problems.
Fortunately, most modern web browsers will automatically update themselves so that you're always running the most current version.
You no longer need to actually "download and install" the latest version yourself; it will do it for you.
For most Internet users, your browser is your window to the Web.
You use it to navigate to Web sites, and it displays those sites for you, allowing you to follow links and explore everything the web has to offer.
You'll see Internet Explorer updates listed under "Important Updates." If Windows is set to update automatically, then IE will be kept up to date as well.
Try out now Mozilla Firefox (known simply as Firefox) is a free and open-source web browser developed for Windows, OS X, and Linux, with a mobile version for Android, by the Mozilla Foundation and its subsidiary, the Mozilla Corporation.
Firefox is considered the spiritual successor of Netscape Navigator.
Regular updates to your browser fix security problems when they are detected, and make your computer safer from those types of attacks. Internet Explorer comes pre-installed with Windows, and Safari comes with Apple operating systems.
Firefox and Chrome can be downloaded and installed by visiting their respective Web sites (using another browser).
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As of January 2015, Stat Counter estimates that Google Chrome has a 51% worldwide usage share of web browsers as a desktop browser, it is also the most popular browser for smartphones.