The program you are using to view web sites (a "web browser") appears to be out-of-date. You may be saying to yourself, "But I can still view most web sites just fine". This is true, but as more and more web sites move to faster, cleaner layouts which adhere to open web standards, fewer and fewer sites will work in your browser. You may already notice a lot of sites load slowly for you or don't load at all.

Here's the good news!

Ditching your old browser for a new one is fast, easy, and free. Here's how:

  1. Click one of the icons on the right to download the browser of your choice to your desktop.
  2. Double-click the browser installer icon to install it.
  3. To begin using your new browser, make sure you click the icon for your new browser and not your old one.

That's it! You're now well on your way to faster, happier browsing.


For Windows:

Internet Explorer 5.5 or 6
The latest version of the stock browser from Microsoft.

Firefox
A fast, free, open-source browser from the Mozilla foundation.

Opera
A compact browser from the nice people of Norway.

For Macintosh:

Safari
Apple's lightning quick, featured-filled browser.

Firefox
A fast, free, open-source browser from the Mozilla foundation.

OmniWeb
Not quite as fast as Safari, but packed with more features.

Opera
A compact browser from the nice people of Norway.

For Unix/Linux:

Firefox
A fast, free, open-source browser from the Mozilla foundation.

Konqueror
An open source browser based on KHTML.

Opera
A compact browser from the nice people of Norway.