Browser Choice and Your Personality

There are lots of options for web browsers these days. Firefox, Chrome, Opera, and the tried and true Explorer are all plausible options. But what is it about a person that causes them to choose to use one over another. Does your choice in browsers say something regarding your personality? Blogthings.com thinks so.

Different Key Strokes for Different Folks

For instance, if you use Chrome, you’re willing to jump onto the hottest trends. And you’re prepared to do this even if all the details of these trends haven’t yet been nailed down. Chrome users, the site says, are also rarely content with the status quo and are always striving for more.

But what if you use Firefox? Based on Blogthings, you’re untamed and willing to buck the system. What ifyou use Internet Explorer? Then you’re likely to be a down-to-earth person who plays by the rules. Opera users, as reported by the quiz, like to chart his or her own course to victory. These users can adapt to any situation, the site says, with grace and style.

Explorer Still Number One

Of course, Internet Explorer continues to be the most popular web browser these days, according to the numbers. The website W3Counter states that Explorer holds a market share of 28.8 percent in the browser world. 2nd is Chrome, with 26.4 percent. Firefox comes in third with a market share of 23.3 percent, while Safari pulls up fourth with 6.2 percent. Opera ranks fifth with a market share of 2.3 percent.

Searching for the Right Browsers

The Blogthings quiz is fun. It is an intriguing thing to ponder, but ultimately how do you select which browser fits you? To figure this out, our advice is to try different ones out. Don’t just use the one that was included with your computer. Try them all out. You may even find you prefer to use one for work accounts, and one for your personal accounts.

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