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Google will be adding a new, crispy security feature to Gmail with which users will be able to get warnings when there are suspicious account logins. Firefox and Internet Explorer will be getting this feature first. After the addition of this security feature, user will be able to track any recent account activity and will be able to sign out remotely from Gmail. User will be able to get details like last login, source of login and ISP used for logging in with the help of this feature.
Internet Explorer is the web browser known by many people who use Internet in their day to day life. There are others who use other browsers such as Fire fox, Opera, Netscape etc but the majority of the general people use only Internet Explorer. It is the most targeted web browser in the internet world because of many reasons. However, if any one goes into its technical specifications, its features, compatibility etc then they should accept that Internet Explorer lacks some aspects and Microsoft can create better browsers than Internet Explorer. First let us see what lacks in Internet explorer then we can have a look at how can Microsoft create better browsers.
What lacks in Internet explorer?
The latest IE lacks tab buttons such as back tab, address bar etc. Though they seem to be minute, such buttons actually help the programmers in determining the problems while working on them. They can easily detect what went wrong and what worked properly. There are also many issues pertaining to security and performance when multiple tabs get open at once. With out such tool bar buttons Internet Explorer can not become a real world’s top and modern browser.
The latest internet explorer also lacks the support for windows XP, which is the finest and oldest operating system. However, it is outdated. So users who want to explore all the features of the latest IE need to upgrade their operating system to Windows 7. This may not be considered as a serious problem associated with the Internet Explorer.
Can Microsoft make better browsers?
Microsoft can certainly build better browsers than other vendors however there are certain aspects it is lacking. Its approach towards making web browsers is it wants to build a stable and consistent platform. This can certainly be fulfilled with the help of web developers. Though their role is only part of the story they are significant. But Microsoft’s approach while building such browsers doesn’t involve web developers. As a result we can see many sub versions within each version of the IE. For example IE 8, IE 8.1, IE 8.2, IE 8.3 etc.
Such follow up versions need lot of support heads and the users are forced to upgrade their web browsers as and when Microsoft releases a new one. Sometimes it fails to provide the updates timely and the lack of updates is another part of the reason that Microsoft’s web browsers role in the web market is declining.
The target of the web browsers is not defined by the vendors where as they are defined according to the W3C standards. Microsoft’s importance to platform’s approach also will not work in future especially to its browsers. It should understand and accept the fact that there are other web browsers for example the latest version of Opera leads the latest version of IE. If Microsoft wants to regain the most compliant and stable position that it had once then surely it has to rely on end users but just not on developers.
Which is the main browser of your system? What browser do you prefer? A few years back, everybody heard about some guys that where trying to turn our web browser into a new operating system on our PCs. Am I right? Basically, all the applications on your PC would be opened through a browser. Your documents could be easily stored and found from anywhere.
Additionally. Google Docs is in many opinions the best implementation as online office suite. But it is not the only one out there. PCs have come a long way in the last few decades. Technology runs faster than everything on this planet and one of the reasons for this rapid development and increase in pure computing power, has nothing to do with business, it’s only a matter of entertainment. PC games are the strongest force, (linked to young costumers and also not so young), pushing for faster and more powerful PCs. So, it would make sense, if would be only few years or better months till PC games followed the path of office into our browser window. Are we sure of that? What do you think? Games have been available via the web and in browsers since a long time, but try to remember when was the last time you could play a First Person Shooter in your web browser? Did you remember that? Was 2008 or the beginning of 2009. So, is all this stuff only related to video games? All the research tightly connected to video games, what is changed since 2009? Chrome? Iron? Mozilla? Opera? Whatever you need, you can get it easily. But, what are we really searching? Opera sings different from the other browsers, it sings a special tune, and it sounds excellent. This product has all of the entertaining and practical features we need.
We have found few outstanding features, include interactive voice, mouse gestures, thumbnail previews, quick find and customizing skins. Opera is one of the only browsers that could give us the chance of an interactive voice commands. You can surf the web by talking to your browser, do you believe that? It’s amazing! The browser will even read text to you. You can obviously configure Opera as you need, modify it and design it as you like. Arrange toolbars, panels and buttons choosing from a multitude of unique skins and several widgets. Meanwhile, we couldn’t overlook some serious compatibility issues. We are looking forward to this browser becoming a bigger household name and getting better compatibility web-wide.