Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari and Opera. What do all these things have in common?
They're all Web browsers, and they all need to be kept up-to-date to stay safe online.
Each of these has multiple versions out there at any given time, as updates are released, and some people opt to update and other don't.
Outdated versions of browsers can leave you and your personal information open to hacks. So it's critical that you always have the most secure and updated version of your browser.
But how do you know which one you use? And how do you know it's up to date?
Well, now you can see with just a click. It's that easy. Just visit the aptly named What Browser Am I Using? site.
It tells you what browser you're using and if it's the latest version. Plus, there are links to other browsers if you want to give them a try.
Once you've gotten your browser up to date, you need to know something else. There are three common browser misconceptions you might have. Click here to learn more.