Internet Explorer – the best browser to download other browsers; so I’ve heard. I totally agree; every other browser sucks at this job. This almost unofficial slogan has been interpreted wrong all this time. Honestly, I’ve found no problems with IE ever. From the beginning, I’ve wondered what it was I did that made me choose Windows IE over other browsers despite repeated testing of new browsers as and when they came. Surely, I must be doing something wrong.
Chrome – apparently the best browser known to humankind. It’s so awesome, Google is in the works to turn it into a full operating system – Chrome OS. I won’t argue that; after all, majority wins even though they’re wrong most of the time, especially here. I’m actually starting to love the fact that people are moving away from Windows Internet Explorer; I actually like to have it all to myself. Thing is, it actually does take a special skill to stick to Windows IE.
Windows 7, the most awesome OS till date, was released unto manufacturing on October 22nd, 2009. About 17 percent of the people in the world were already using it within a month of its release. ‘Windows 7 definitely is a great improvement over Windows Vista’, but in saying this I’m actually paraphrasing the millions who love this OS. So, does that mean I don’t like Windows 7?
I know! I know! Reading blogs totally suck, but I guess I could make it work. In this edition, we’re talking about Google.
Well, I shouldn’t have generalised it. Reading my blog sucks. Of course, what was I thinking? How could knowing something extra about computers ever help anybody?