Browser Update Tool

How to Use the Browser Update Tool

To make sure you’re benefiting from the newest features and best security solutions available from your internet browser, you should update your browser as often as possible. If the idea of having to manually update your browser sounds like a drag, you can simply bookmark our tool, access it and then use it to update your browser with just a few clicks. Here’s how you can use our browser update tool:

  • Step #1: Our browser update tool will automatically recognize your browser and notify you if it is out of date through a notification at the top of the screen.
  • Step #2: To update the browser you just click on the “Update” button bellow its icon. This will redirect you to the browser’s official page.
  • Step #3: Follow the steps on the browser’s official webpage page to download the new update.

Why you should use the browser update tool

Our software constantly displays update information for Firefox, Opera, Chrome, Safari and Internet Explorer. Updates can be released at any time. You should check the Browser Update Tool as often as possible to see if new versions have been released and then use our tool to help you install those updates.

Why we created this tool

For less tech savvy people, figuring out the exact version of their plug-ins used, and how to update their browser can be difficult and quite daunting. An out-of-date version of a browser can significantly impact the bottom line of a business (for instance, browser incompatibilities can result in website issues that will negatively affect the user/customer experience).

Instead of taking on the mammoth task of optimizing content and tweaking website design for old browser versions, why not recommend to customers or prospects to quickly update their browsers via this page? Our tool will help your visitors update their browsers to the latest version in a matter of minutes.

Benefits of using the browser update tool

A browser update tool may not seem like a big deal to many people, but the benefits of using such a user-friendly and straightforward instrument are immeasurable, including:

  • Improve technical support and web development efforts.
  • Encourage users to abandon old browsers.
  • Provide customers with safer and fuller web experiences (also, in many cases, many JavaScript updates are required for dynamic new web experiences)
  • Improve online security and gain access to new and exciting features.
  • Help improve the web by supporting open-source software projects (like browsers).

Internet users who navigate the web with older browsers usually do not oppose updating; rather, in most situations they do not appreciate the need to perform a browser update, or they simply haven’t heard of the existence of a newer version or don’t know how to update their browser. It’s your job to remind and encourage them to upgrade browser versions.

How do I update my browser?

Our browser upgrade tool was created to answer this exact question by providing a quick and easy-to-understand way to help you update your browser. Still, if you want more specific information on how to download the latest version of Chrome or how to update the Safari browser for example, please visit the links below:

What is the most popular browser?

Statistics can be misleading, so you should take this information with a grain of salt. Having said that, based on two different statistics, Google Chrome is considered the most popular browser. The only difference between the two studies can be seen in the percentages. According to a W3Schools November 2015 statistic, Chrome is the most used browser (67.4%), followed by Firefox (19.2%), Internet Explorer (6.8%), Safari (3.9%) and Opera (1.5%). The information gathered by the US Federal Government is very different from that of W3Schools. According to this report, Chrome is still in the leading position but at a much reduced level of 34.7%, followed by Internet Explorer (28.3%), Safari (20.3%) and Firefox (11%).

Why did you list only five browsers?

The purpose of this tool isn’t to cover all the available browsers. It represents a simplified solution for less tech savvy people who wish to update their browsers. Because Chrome, Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox and Opera are used by over 94% of Internet users, we decided to only include them.

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