TOP TENINTER NET BROWSERS

Posted by Balaji Srinivasan , Thursday, January 21, 2010 11:30 PM

1. MOZILLA FIRE FOX-WITH 3.5 /4


2.GOOGLE--CHROME-WITH 3.5 /4

3.MICROSOFT INTERNET EXPLORER -WITH 3.5/4

4.OPERA-WITH -3.8/4 WITH EXCELLENT RATING


5.APPLE-SAFARI--WITH -3.3 /4

6.MAXTHON -WITH 3.3 /4

7.FLOCK--WITH 3.2 /4

8.AVANT BROWSER---WITH 3.1 /4

9.DEEPNET EXPLORER---WITH 2.8 /4

10. PHASE OUT-WITH --2.5 /4
RED-FEATURES RATING

INTER NET EXPLORER 8

Posted by Balaji Srinivasan , Monday, January 4, 2010 10:58 PM

EXPLORER1

debuted on August 16, 1995.  
It was a reworked version of Spyglass Mosaic, which Microsoft had licensed,
It was installed as part of the Internet Jumpstart Kit in Plus!.

Internet Explorer 1.5 was released several months later for Windows NT and added support for basic table rendering. 
                                                         EXPLORER2

                 Internet Explorer 2 was released for Windows 95, Windows NT 3.5, and NT 4.0 on November 22, 1995

                It featured support for SSL, cookies, VRML, RSA, and Internet newsgroups. 

                 Version 2 was also the first release for Windows 3.1 and Macintosh System 7.0.1 


                 The 2.0i version supported double-byte character-set. 


                                                        EXPLORER3

             was released on August 13, 1996, and went on to be much more popular than its OLDER VERSION

            It also introduced support for ActiveX controls, Java applets, inline multimedia, and the PICS system for content metadata. 

           Version 3 proved to be the first more popular version of internet Explorer, which brought with it                                                                  increased scrutiny 

 The first major IE security hole, the Princeton Word Macro Virus Loophole, was discovered on August 22, 1996 in IE3.

                                   EXPLORER4


         Released in September 1997, deepened the level of integration between the web browser and the underlying operating system. Installing version 4 on a Windows 95 or Windows NT 4 machine 
The integration with Windows, however, was subject to numerous packaging criticisms (see United States v. Microsoft) 


                                  EXPOLRER5

    launched on March 18, 1999, and subsequently included with Windows 98 Second Edition and bundled with Office 2000, was another significant release that supported bi-directional text, ruby characters, XML, XSLT, and the ability to save web pages in MHTML format. IE5 was bundled with Outlook Express 5. Also, with the release of Internet Explorer 5.0,


                                    EXPLORER 6,7

Internet Explorer 6 was released on August 27, 2001, a few months before Windows XP.
 partial support WITH CSS level 1, DOM level 1, and SMIL 2.0

                                       EXPOLRER 9

expolrer is construction the beta will be released in the month of august

snap1:
                                               Internet Explorer 9 Public Beta