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  • Mozilla Firefox - Mozilla Firefox is a popular alternative to Internet Explorer.


  • Google Chrome - A browser that combines minimal design with sophisticated technology designed to make the web faster, safer and easier.


  • Opera Browser


  • Safari - Apple's Safari is available for Mac or Windows.

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Cookies are toast, so what's next in online tracking?

When it comes to tracking your activity online, the cookie is going away. But where are the laws we need to protect us as Internet tracking evolves? Apple has a unique identifier for every mobile device they sell. Then they provide that unique code to advertisers, so you can be ...

Netflix offering new price plans

Netflix offering new price plans

Netflix has new price plans that can either save you money or cost you -- depending on your use.

Get more consumer advice on ClarkHoward.com and The Clark Howard Show.

Get a clean internet search with fewer ads

The search engine business is about to be shaken up by a scrappy third player. Search has been a two horse race with Google in the dominant position and Bing existing as a weaker competitor. Almost nobody talks about Yahoo! anymore for search. But the third player you might be ...

How to limit online tracking

Are you concerned with all the discussion about online tracking by the government and private industry? There are some simple steps you can take to limit it. The use of cookies to track your web browsing and serve up relevant ads is one of the easiest things to stop. For ...

Reduce your online footprint and up your privacy

Reduce your online footprint and up your privacy

Tired of corporations tracking your every movement online so they can serve you ads? Download this and you can shut them down.

Search results under assault by scammers

Google is under assault in a war they can't seem to win against scammers who have figured out the search giant's algorithm and can crowd out legitimate search results with spammy come-ons. The first thing I want to emphasize is that Google is not at fault here. Google does not ...

$0-19 Internet service for light data users

$0-19 Internet service for light data users

Are you a data hog at home? If not, there could be an opportunity for you to pay anywhere between zero-to-$19 a month for service if your Internet usage is light.

The browser you use could be costing you!

The browser you use could be costing you!

Are you paying higher prices online just because you use a particular web browser? Like it or not, that's what's happening in the online shopping world. Clark explains.

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Your browser and computer influences what you pay online

Should you pay more when you're shopping online simply because of the browser you're using? Some popular online retailers think so! The New York Times  reports shoppers are getting widely different prices based on whether they use Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, or Safari. Here are just two examples: For the ...

Web browsers offer do not track functions

The three bigs of the web browsing world either have or are installing a 'do not track' function on their browsers. Firefox is the only with the capability up and running right now. If you have the Firefox browser on your computer, visit Mozilla.org for details on how to activate ...

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