Posted 06 October 2014 - 10:23 AM
Since they are all free why not try as many as you wish. I personally have 4 now, used to have 6 browsers, with the older version of Opera as my default. Currently I have IE 10, Chrome, Firefox and the previously mentioned Opera. Depending on what I need to do or test, I choose the browser that works best for my needs at the time.
You can safely upgrade your IE to version 10, But I would caution you not to upgrade to version 11. I have seen quite a few people have incompatibility issues with version 11. Which forced them to revert back to version 10. Just be sure not to allow automatic updating.
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