When it comes to internet browsers we highly recommend using Chrome not only for editing your website but also for your day to day use.

Four key features

1. Simplicity
When users first start Chrome, they will find an extremely slimmed down interface. That's on purpose. Google realizes that surfing the Web needs to be about getting to sites as quickly as possible without being held back by all the extra fluff. Chrome accomplishes that by achieving a level of simplicity that Internet Explorer can't muster. For novice Web users especially, that simplified interface is extremely important.

2. Speed is everything
Internet Explorer has been criticized over the years for being slow. Getting to Web pages takes longer than it should. For the most part, other browsers are quicker. But Google Chrome is one of the fastest browsers on the market. In fact, a quick comparison in load times between Chrome and Internet Explorer in our testing reveals that Chrome consistently opens sophisticated pages more quickly than the Explorer. If you are looking for a faster Web experience, opt for Chrome.

3. Security, anyone?
Security continues to be one of the biggest problems Web users face. On just about any platform, issues can arise that, can wreak havoc on a person's computer. But if one were to compare Chrome's track record in security against Internet Explorer's, it's hard to see how Microsoft can compete. Dating back to the early days of Internet Explorer, Microsoft has faced serious security problems with its browser. And that trouble still erupts today. Chrome has a much better track record in security.

4. The apps are quite appealing
Google offers the Chrome Web Store, a marketplace where people can find different applications to expand the usability of their browser. The store is filled with useful applications that make using Chrome a bit more enjoyable. Plus, the marketplace is growing at a relatively rapid rate. All that combines to make Chrome a more appealing browser than Internet Explorer.

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