The web browser market is dominated by a few mature heavyweights: Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Safari. But they are not for everyone. And there are a myriad of other web browsers that are worth investigating. With a smorgasbord of web browsers out there, there should be one to cater for your own specific requirements. If you want to experiment with some fresh and innovative web browsers, this article should be helpful.
There are good reasons to experiment with alternative web browsers. As they have a much smaller user base, they are less susceptible to being targeted by spyware and other nasties. Alternatively, you might choose to use more than one web browser for different purposes, which can help combine speed and reliability. You might want to use one for business, work and school, another for general use, one only for your social media interactions. Developers of new web browsers are often more willing to experiment with new ideas.