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With the expansion of the Internet there is an assortment of software on the market for consumer usage. Within the following documentation I will compare different Internet usage software such as: Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Google Chrome. These individual types of software have assorted characteristics of performance that set them apart from each other in terms of operation. Several browsers have utilized the trend for the disappearing of the browser. Chrome, Internet Explorer, and Firefox have all made an attempt to make their individual browsers as minimal as they possibly could make them. With the assistance of monochromatic buttons and diminutive text that merge into the appearance of the system of operating, they are capable of achieving individual goals with assorted weakness and strengths (Van Camp, 2011). With the utilization of Mozilla Firefox, an individual will have a great quantity of support and add-ons that are readily available constantly. A variety of Firefox versions have already been introduced and makes claim that its software is capable of outperforming the Chrome
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This note was uploaded on 07/07/2011 for the course BUS 150 taught by Professor Kevinsmith during the Spring '11 term at AIU Online.

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