Learn More About Your Browser and What It Says About You
If you’re reading this, then you already know that one thing all of us have in common, regardless of the operating system we use, is that we all use browsers to… well to browse the web. Right?
As you can see I have at least 4 browsers installed and up-to-date on my computer. I actually have five – but the DuckDuckGo browser displays as an outdated version of Edge.
But how much do you know about your browser? Well, there is a website that will tell you everything you ever wanted to know about your browser- and a lot more.
WhatIsMyBrowser.com will tell you all about your browser…
What Browser? Help with problems on the internet.
When someone is troubleshooting a problem with you, it’s very useful for them to know all the technical details about your system – it can narrow down where the problem might be and help ensure that you have all the required software.
This website saves you all the complicated steps to figuring out what versions of software you have, what features you have enabled & whether your web browser is up to date and let you focus on solving your problem.
Having problems with your computer or phone? You can clear cache or enable cookies in your browser, both of which can help.
If you’re curious, you can find out things like the latest version of Chrome or what version of Firefox do I have?
Here are some screenshots to show you what you can learn from WhatIsMyBrowser.com.
Note that when I wrote this article, I used Google One’s VPN so as to disguise my real IP address and location. I am most certainly not from Washington, USA. I am from Earth though. It’s not that I don’t trust my Cloudeight friends, but there are many evil beings perusing the web looking for prey 🙂
Not only can you learn a lot about your browser and what your browser tells the world about you, but you can also learn more about browser terms, clearing your cache & history, and a lot more. The “Guides and Tutorials” section has tons of well-written articles that will increase your browser IQ.
If you want to learn more about your browser and what it says about you -, visit WhatIsMyBrowser.com right now!