You have lots of choice when it comes to selecting one or two web browsers for computer and mobile use. On desktop, you may select the browser that is included with the operating system or a third-party browser, and the same is true for mobile devices.
Chrome is without doubt the dominating force on desktop PCs -- except on Apple Mac devices -- and it plays a major role on mobile as well. Most web browsers have certain traits or attributes associated with them, and this article is about those.
What is the first thing that comes to mind when you think about Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, or Mozilla Firefox? What comes to your mind is not necessarily what others think about first but many browsers have general attributes associated with them.
While I would like to know what you associate with certain browsers, I thought it would be a good idea to write down my associations.
Let's get started:
Now You: Do you agree or disagree? Feel free to let us know about your associations in the comments.Advertisement
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