Ik weet het niet, maar volgens mij kan Microsoft een eerlijke browservergelijking toch maar beter overlaten aan een trusted third party...
Internet Explorer 8 takes the cake with better phishing and malware protection, as well as protection from emerging threats.
InPrivate Browsing and InPrivate Filtering help Internet Explorer 8 claim privacy victory.
Ease of Use
Features like Accelerators, Web Slices and Visual Search Suggestions make Internet Explorer 8 easiest to use.
It's a tie. Internet Explorer 8 passes more of the World Wide Web Consortium's CSS 2.1 test cases than any other browser, but Firefox 3 has more support for some evolving standards.
Only Internet Explorer 8 has both tab isolation and crash recovery features; Firefox and Chrome have one or the other.
Sure, Firefox may win in sheer number of add-ons, but many of the customizations you'd want to download for Firefox are already a part of Internet Explorer 8 – right out of the box.
Internet Explorer 8 is more compatible with more sites on the Internet than any other browser.
Neither Firefox nor Chrome provide guidance or enterprise tools. That's just not nice.
Knowing the top speed of a car doesn't tell you how fast you can drive in rush hour. To actually see the difference in page loads between all three browsers, you need slow-motion video. This one’s also a tie.