You have many options to choose from when picking a web browser. When making your choice, you need to consider a few things, such as browser speed in transferring web pages to your desktop, and what you can do to make this operation faster. Another question you should ask yourself is how many devices you can use the browser on. You may want to be able to configure the browser to check a variety of e-mail accounts, as well as block annoying popups.
Portability and Speed
In the computer field, the word portability means the ability to be used on a variety of platforms. Opera is one of the most portable browsers available. On desktop computers, Opera can be used in Windows, MacOS, and Linux. And it’s available for a wide variety of portable devices. I use it on both my iPod Touch and my LG Rumor Touch as well, and I can swap bookmarks between my Windows laptop, my phone, and my iPod. You can’t say that about Firefox or Internet Explorer.
If you’ve got a fast internet connection, use Internet Explorer, and are tired of waiting for web pages to load, you need the Opera browser. The only browser available for the Windows platform that is as fast as the Opera browser is Waterfox, the 64-bit version of Firefox. And Opera is just as secure as Firefox and much more secure than Internet Explorer, so you don’t have to worry about privacy issues.