Choosing a Web Browser
While there are a variety of browser programs with the ability to access information on the World Wide Web, the most common by far are Internet Explorer and Netscape Navigator.
Microsoft, with its Windows-friendly Internet Explorer Web browser, currently dominates the PC market. Most new computers with the Windows operating system installed already have Internet Explorer ready to run, making it the convenient choice for most users.
Netscape is the developer of the alternative browser choice, Netscape Navigator, which was the popular choice in browsers in the early days of the Internet. Netscape continues to update its browser, and many people who used Netscape early on (including many Macintosh users) are still using the same browser today.
Which Browser is Best?
Honestly, it's all based on personal preference. Both browsers do essentially the same thing: display Web content.
Juno is designed to work under:
- Internet Explorer 4 and higher (Minimum System Requirement for v4.x)
- Internet Explorer 5.01 and higher (Minimum System Requirement for v8.x and Juno Turbo)
- Netscape 3.x through 4.x.
Note: Juno is not compatible with Netscape 6 at this time.