Web Browser Repairs
Having trouble surfing the web? InfoConsol is here to help
In today's world, the vast majority of businesses are tied to the internet. So when browers aren't working properly, the entire operation can grind to a halt. Whether you prefer Firefox, Internet Explorer, Opera, Safari or Chrome, InfoConsol is here to make sure your web-surfing experience is smooth and pleasant. We'll install, maintain, repair, upgrade and optimize your web browsers to ensure the best possible internet use for your business.
Do you experience:
- Slow web surfing?
- Annoying ads and pop-ups?
- Constant browser freezing?
- Inability to access certain websites?
- Malware and spyware attacks?
- Difficulties logging in?
- Unable to send or receive files?
- Browser shuts down spontaneously?
- Frequent error messages?
InfoConsol is the trusted source for web browser support in the Greater Toronto Area. Call today - we'll bring you back to smooth surfing in no time!
A History of Browsers
The first browser was created by Tim Berners-Lee in 1990. It was called the WorldWideWeb, but later renamed the Nexus to prevent confusion with the actual world wide web. At the time, it was the only way to surf the web! But that changed in 1993 - in a big way. Marc Andreessen released Mosaic, catered to the everyday consumer and allowing the average Joe to go online. This quickly made the internet popular, and is credited with igniting the web boom of the 1990s. Mosaic later evolved into Netscape, which at one point was used by 90% of all computers in the world. In response, Microsoft created Internet Explorer, launched in 1995. Because they bundled it with all their other software and computers, IE very quickly took over much of the browser market, which sparked the first "browser war". After many gruelling battles and casualties, IE came out on top and continues to be the most used browser in the world. However, the Explorer empire may soon collapse, with Google's Chrome steadily rising in popularity. And in the shadows still lurks the revamped Netscape, in the form of Mozilla's Firefox. With Safari, Android and Opera in the background, it is exciting to see what the future of web browsers holds for the internet world.