Internet Explorer (Windows 7 32-bit)

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    "Slow and cumbersome"

    December 7, 2010  |   By mcharlton1


    It comes with Windows. Free


    Slow, cumbersome, not customizable, and annoying


    I would say don't waste your time downloading this, but if you have Windows, you don't have much of a choice. This browser crashes about 8 times as often as Firefox and it's twice as slow. Against Chrome, there's no contest. I guess that's why IE only has 50% market share in a piece of software that's built into Windows. What they need to do is get rid of IE and come up with something completely new, but for free, you can't expect much unless it's open source.

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