Browsers: Your Portal to the Internet

Browsers

Your Portal to the Internet

Welcome to the internet browser guide! This guide is all about internet browsers and how to navigate through their basic functions such as where the address bar is or where the refresh button is. This guide also shows the similarities and differences between different internet browsers.

Enjoy!

Internet Explorer
Mozilla Firefox
Google Chrome
Safari
Opera

Internet Explorer

1. Page Navigation [Forward and Backward]
2. Address Bar
3. Refresh
4. Stop
5. Search
6. Minimize, Maximize, Close
7. Favorite [Add and View]
8. Current Tab
9. New Tab
10. Tools

Internet Explorer 7
Internet Explorer 7

Internet Explorer 8
Internet Explorer 8

Internet Explorer 9
Internet Explorer 9

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Mozilla Firefox

1. Page Navigation [Forward and Backward]
2. Address Bar
3. Refresh
4. Stop
5. Search [Not included in main browser area]
6. Minimize, Maximize, Close
7. Favorite [Add and View]
8. Current Tab
9. New Tab
10. Tools

Firefox

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Google Chrome

1. Page Navigation [Forward and Backward]
2. Address Bar
3. Refresh
4. Stop
5. Search [Not shown / Not included in main browser area]
6. Minimize, Maximize, Close
7. Favorite [Add and View]
8. Current Tab
9. New Tab
10. Tools

Chrome

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Safari

1. Page Navigation [Forward and Backward]
2. Address Bar
3. Refresh
4. Stop
5. Search
6. Minimize, Maximize, Close
7. Favorite [Add and View]
8. Current Tab
9. New Tab

Safari 4/5
Safari 4

Safari 6
Safari 6

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Opera

1. Page Navigation [Forward and Backward]
2. Address Bar
3. Refresh
4. Stop
5. Search
6. Minimize, Maximize, Close
7. Favorite [Add and View]
8. Current Tab
9. New Tab
10. Tools

Opera 12

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Credits

Images for Internet Explorer – Network Overload Simulator
Image for Firefox – Wikipedia’s History of Firefox
Image for Google Chrome – Wikipedia’s Google Chrome Page
Images for Safari – Washington Post and MacWorld
Image for Opera – Geek
Image Editing Software – Microsoft Paint

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