|User Agent||CCBot/2.0 (https://commoncrawl.org/faq/)|
Are you curious about what browser you are currently using? With so many different options available, it can be difficult to keep track of which one you are currently utilizing. Luckily, our free "What is My Browser" tool can help you easily identify which browser you are currently using.
Step 1: Access the "What is My Browser" tool
To use our free tool, simply visit the website and click on the "What is My Browser" button. This will take you to the tool's page where you can begin the process of identifying your browser.
Step 2: Allow the tool to scan your browser
Once you are on the tool's page, you will need to allow the tool to scan your browser. This is a simple process and will only take a few seconds. Simply click on the "Allow" button to give the tool permission to scan your browser.
Step 3: View your browser's information
After the tool has finished scanning your browser, it will display the browser's name, version, and other relevant information. This information will be displayed in an easy-to-read format, making it easy for you to identify which browser you are currently using.
Step 4: Update your browser (if necessary)
If the tool identifies that your browser is out of date, it will provide you with a link to download the latest version. It is important to keep your browser up-to-date to ensure that you have the most recent security features and bug fixes.
Step 5: Compare your browser to other options
In addition to identifying which browser you are currently using, our tool also provides you with information about other popular browsers. This can be helpful if you are considering switching to a different browser or if you want to compare the features of different browsers.
Our "What is My Browser" tool is a simple and easy-to-use tool that can help you identify which browser you are currently using. It also provides you with information about other popular browsers and can help you decide which browser may be the best fit for your needs. So, if you're curious about which browser you're using, give our tool a try and see for yourself.