Browser Wars: Show and Tell Edition

Click here to see the galleryThe browser wars are back, and bigger then ever. That's right. While the original browser war was basically a two part affair between Microsoft and Netscape, we now have several players releasing new browsers, innovating on web features, and in general pushing the browser market forward. As I've argued, this is a good thing. And unlike some applications, anyone can easily try out any browser available today, as all are free to download and use. And since this latest wave of browsers has introduced lots of new features and capabilities, we here at eWEEK's Emerging Technology site thought that the best way to show some of the new features was to use screenshots of how the various browsers implement these features. So click here to see our gallery of screenshots in The New Browser Wars in Pictures.

Click here to see the gallery
browser wars

The browser wars are back, and bigger then ever.

That's right. While the original browser war was basically a two part affair between Microsoft and Netscape, we now have several players releasing new browsers, innovating on web features, and in general pushing the browser market forward.

As I've argued, this is a good thing. And unlike some applications, anyone can easily try out any browser available today, as all are free to download and use.

And since this latest wave of browsers has introduced lots of new features and capabilities, we here at eWEEK's Emerging Technology site thought that the best way to show some of the new features was to use screenshots of how the various browsers implement these features.

So click here to see our gallery of screenshots in The New Browser Wars in Pictures.