browser choice matters

The Web browser is the lens through which we look at the virtual world, and the medium by which we connect, learn, share and collaborate. The browser you choose is responsible for providing you with the necessary tools to manage your online life, and to protect your privacy and security.

This site was created as a place to learn, discuss and share the issues around choosing your browser. Join us!

You and Open to Choice

11th April, 2010

If you want to promote browser choice in your community, there are a number of ways to go about it.  So far, Open to Choice has essentially been online, (on this website, on Twitter, on blogs, on social networks), and in the media, as the campaign has been featured in a number of publications.  We [...]

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Choosing a Web browser: Customisation

29th March, 2010

We’ve been writing a series of posts to help you choose your browser.

If you want to know what features you should look for when choosing a browser, we’ve explained what a browser is , and how to choose one which protects your privacy while surfing. Today we’ll be looking at browser customisation and performance.

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Choosing a web browser: Security

26th March, 2010

This is the second post in our series of posts to help inform you about what to look for when choosing a Web browser. Read our previous post for some starting points, or read on for more information about browsers and your online security, privacy and data.

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Choosing a web browser: Where do I start?

25th March, 2010

In the next few days we’ll be publishing a series of posts to help you make an informed choice about your browser. Today’s post looks at where to start when considering what browser(s) to choose.

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Open to Choice and the Mozilla community

21st March, 2010

The browser choice screen has garnered a lot of interest since it started rolling out in February. Some Web users have been wondering why they have been invited to choose their browser, while others may be curious to find out what a browser is exactly. Many people are happy to see that Web users around them may soon be taking an important decision regarding their online experience and their relationship with the World Wide Web.

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When Browser Choice might not be helpful

16th March, 2010

As the European Commission made clear the browser choice screen is intended to promote choice with consumers, and that this will stimulate both the browser market itself and adjacent markets dependent on web technologies.  And so, the browser choice screen is being delivered to Windows XP, Vista and 7 users who have Internet Explorer as [...]

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Talk around the Browser Choice screen

9th March, 2010

In the first week of Microsoft deploying the Browser Choice screen more widely, media across Europe, both technical and consumer, have covered a number of topics related to this milestone. Many journalists wondered which browser vendor will “win” as described by the most downloads through the Browser Choice screen.  Several wondered whether or not the [...]

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Someone right now is wondering, “what’s this browser screen?”

3rd March, 2010

Thanks to all of you who helped us launch Open to Choice last week.  You jumped into the conversation, and began spreading the word about why browser choice matters.   Today, we are launching more content and information that we invite you to consider and comment, and use to share and inform your friends and colleagues.   [...]

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web browser choice matters

22nd February, 2010

Our lives are full of choices. Where to eat? What to read? Who to spend time with? The choices we make determine the quality of our life, and how we see the world. So many of these choices we take quite seriously, weighing the consequences, thinking about the implications, and choosing carefully and thoughtfully. So [...]

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