Caneda Tracking

Caneda-Tracking
Apple Safari
Pros
1
Safari’s launch and pageload times are
impressive, and the browser provides all the
security features we sought.
2
Reading list. Cover flow and other beautiful
interface elements. Builtin RSS reader. Good
standards support.
Cons
1
It lacks some of the
customization options many
competitors offer.
2
Slow startup. Not being updated together with
Mac version. No hardware acceleration for
Windows.
Opera
Pros
1
Opera boasts cuttingedge multimodal
features and competitive navigation
speeds.
2
Minimal interface. Turbo feature makes slow
connections even faster. Builtin mail and
Bittorrent clients.
Cons
1
The browser has frequent
compatibility issues.
2
Occasionally sites won't display properly,
though this is getting rare. Hardware
acceleration not enabled by default.
Google Chrome
Pros
1
is a freeware web browser developed by
Google that uses the WebKit layout
engine
2
Chrome boasts topnotch speed, secure
browsing and sync capabilities that allow you to
access your customized browser from any
computer.
Cons
1
The browser doesn’t have any parental controls,
but there are ample thirdparty applications to
address this issue.
2
Do Not Track privacy feature is buried and
discouraged. Still some occasional minor site
incompatibilities.
Firefox
Pros
1
Mozilla Firefox has a secure privacy mode and a
new minimalist interface that enables easier and
more intuitive navigation.
2
is a free and open source web browser developed for
Microsoft Windows, OS X and Linux (including Android)
coordinated by Mozilla Corporation and Mozilla
Foundation
Cons
1
This internet browser does not
feature voice interaction
capabilities.
2
Lacks clientside tracking protection like that found in IE9.
Lacks Chrome's built in Flash and Instant page view.
Slightly behind Maxthon, Chrome and Opera in HTML5
features.
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