A browser is one of the most frequently used tools/applications on any connected computer. It is the window to the internet world. A state of the art machine and the fastest data connection are worthless without an equally efficient browser.
When it comes to browsers, Internet explores aka IE and Google's Chrome, aka Chrome, are the most prominent names. Designed by the best software companies, they come up with tons of features and hidden algorithms to make your browsing experience awesome.
One query which is quite often typed in Internet explorer and google chrome is "Internet explorer vs. google chrome" or "which is better Internet Explorer or Google Chrome?"
In this blog, I will answer this by comparing various functionality of IE and Chrome.
Both Internet Explorer and Chrome are elegant and have a minimalist interface. The significant difference between them is that Internet Explorer places tabs and the address bar on the tool box's same level.
Using six different tabs at once can be a hassle job other than that a regular user won't tell the differences.
Rendering basic webpages approximately take the same time, and only a high precision machine could tell the difference between them.
Internet Explorer still uses Java and flash for its web page, and it has its engine, which is unique to IE. Although Internet Explorer has implemented the support for some latest technology in the market, but it still lags the front-end design and 3-D graphic. It was the last web browser to implement WebGL 3D graphics.
Surfing in Google Chrome's Incognito Mode will not leave any local evidence of web addresses, cookies, etc. One window can be open in Incognito mode while another is open in Default mode. However, one of the essential features, Do Not Track, is disabled by default, and has to dig deep into the chrome setting.
Meanwhile in Internet Explorer 11 has Do Not Track enabled by default. It has the most robust anti-tracking feature among the top three browsers. IE 11 also has a SmartScreen filter, similar to Chrome's Safe Browsing setting, which stops phishing attempts and barricades against malware sites.
Winner: Internet Explorer
Chrome uses a Blink engine, which is used by other browsers like Opera, Edge, and another browser. If some security holes are found in any one of the browsers, it can also be venerable to other browsers.
Whereas Internet Explorer uses its own engine so there are very less chances of finding security holes. Therefore, it is more secure than Chrome.
Winner: Internet Explorer
Looking at the above point, we conclude that Internet Explorer is the oldest browser and support most of the old web page very quickly and on the hand chrome hand the modern pages at greater ease.
Also, for a better security purpose, we can use IE where our credential is highly essential. We can choose according to our needs, and there is no thumb rule for sticking to only one browser.
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