Give Microsoft Edge a try, your RAM will thank you Image: Microsoft
Google Chrome is the preferred browser for over 65 percent of the internet, according to statcounter.com. But I don’t think you needed me to tell you that; odds are you’re reading this article on some Chrome derivative right now. But why does Chrome have the lion’s share of the market? It’s not even the default browser on most desktops, meaning you have to deliberately go out of your way to make Chrome your go-to browser.
Odds are you were using Internet Explorer 7 in 2007
Chrome doesn’t even have to be good, it just has to be slightly better than the alternative, and for a long time, the only alternative available was Internet Explorer. In its heyday, Google Chrome was faster, prettier, and…
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