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Over 56% said they use this internet browser most often

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No matter what computing device you use, your internet browser is, literally, your gateway to the World Wide Web . Evolving over the past 3 years, this nifty gadget – which started its journey as a tool for accessing simple plain text web pages – has transformed into a powerful tool that can do more than just Browse the website. Modern web browsers have evolved to perform seemingly complex tasks such as accessing multimedia content, playing browser-based graphics-intensive games, and even accessing web-based word processors and spreadsheets.

Although the first generation of new generation browsers is almost designed for computers and notebooks computer design, but that differentiation is largely over. Due to the rapid development of smartphones, most modern browsers come with dedicated versions for iOS and Android smartphones in addition to their desktop versions.

Microsoft’s Internet Explorer was the most widely used browser in the world in the late 1990s and mid 2000s device. This is largely unnecessary since it is the default browser on most Windows computers. By the early 2000s, there were other players in the browser space, including some popular ones such as Mozilla Firefox and Opera Browser. In the early 2000s, Apple also released its own web browser, Safari. Fast forward to 2022, and the average internet user has plenty of options. Still, people seem to prefer certain browsers over others. To better understand people’s choices, we asked 631 US residents to tell us which browsers they use most.

The first choice is really not surprising Tada Images/Shutterstock

First released in 2008, Google Chrome quickly replaced Internet Explorer as most people’s Preferred browser. Fourteen years later, the browser is still as popular as ever. Of the 631 people we surveyed, more than 56% said they regularly use Google Chrome as their primary browser. Like most competitors, Google Chrome is available on multiple platforms, including Windows, Mac, iOS, and Android. With over 27% voting for it (27.73% to be exact), Apple’s Safari browser managed to come in second. Considering that the Safari browser is exclusively available for devices running iOS, iPadOS and macOS, this is quite an achievement. There is no Android or Windows version of Apple’s Safari.

Ranked third with 7.45% of the vote, Mozilla Firefox managed to have its own fan base. Released in 2004, the browser has grown well over the past two decades and continues to provide users with a wealth of features. Like Google Chrome and most other browsers in this survey, Mozilla Firefox is a cross-platform browser available on the most popular operating systems. As Microsoft obsoletes Internet Explorer, the company’s replacement for the older browser — Microsoft Edge — has grown in popularity. The browser received 6.66% of the votes in our poll. Completing the vote were two other browsers, Opera and Vivaldi, with 1.43% and 0.48% of the vote, respectively.

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