But beyond trying the lower-prone browsers
to decrease many of the problems that plague the Internet, the upstart programs also bring compelling features to schools that are not available on older browsers
To answer your question, yes, all of the browsers
have a way to import bookmarks and the processes are similar.
application technologies have evolved significantly since their inception.
This information is used by the server to track the specific Web browser
(and thus, the user) that is making a specific request of the server.
Also, your current operating system and Web browser
store information about you that can recreate most all of your recent computer activities.
dominated the market starting in late 1994 - but started losing share after Microsoft bundled its Internet Explorer browser
with its Windows operating system.
This is only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to alternative browsers
, so do some investigating and find one that fits your needs.
Standard features on most browsers
include e-mail and "hot" lists of your favorite sites and graphics capabilities.