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Apple's Safari browser is popular with Mac and Windows users alike. The built-in developer tools can also be useful
when trying to diagnose a problem in a web page. Like Google Chrome, Safari also has great support for some of the
latest HTML5 technologies. You can grab the latest version of Safari from
fari/ .
Microsoft Internet Explorer
Internet Explorer (IE) is still one of the most popular browsers used today. Microsoft has released many versions of
IE over the years, and it is worth noting that not all Windows operating systems will support the latest versions of IE.
Windows XP, for example, does not support any versions of Internet Explorer past IE8. This means that Windows
XP users will never get the latest HTML5 features without installing extra plug-ins or a different browser. Some
older versions of the browser were plagued with bugs that meant that developers had to spend hours of extra time
getting their web pages to display correctly. Fortunately, Microsoft has done a great job with the latest versions of IE
(9 and 10) and has also managed to incorporate some of the latest HTML5 technologies. The latest version of IE will
usually be downloaded when you perform Windows Updates; otherwise you can get it at ht-
tp:// .
Opera has been gaining in popularity in recent years, due in part to the success of its mobile browser. Opera software
is a driving force in the development of the HTML5 specification, and has implemented a lot of HTML5 technolo-
gies in the latest versions of its browser. Like Chrome, Opera also has an auto-update feature. You can download the
latest version of Opera at .
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