A browser that while popular, has many security holes. It also has poor support of today's standards, and has a dangerous feature called ActiveX that can be used to install programs harmful to computers.
Still using Internet Explorer? I suggest switching to a Mozilla-based browser, Opera, or another alternate browser.
A browser superior to Internet Explorer
and its creators, who favor proprietary "HTML" over the W3C's standards.
Opera is better than Internet Explorer. Actually, snail mail is, too.
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Firefox is secure and standards compliant. Internet Explorer has security holes and poor standards support.
Thunderbird blows Outlook Express out of the water, or should I say the Internet.
Version of the word "you" used by lamers who are too lazy to type two other freakin' letters.
LOLWTF u r teh nub!!1!!11LOLOMGWTFBBQ
Added to the end of a word to make a singular possesive (or sometimes a plural possesive with words whose plurals do not end with S, such as people) or a contraction with "is" or "has". Poorly-educated people/foreigners tend to use it for plurals and verbs, but that usage is incorrect.
Bob's cat is black.
Bob's going to the store.
Bob's gone to the store to get his cat some food.
Cat's are fluffy animals.
Bob has a cat that overeat's.
An image file format supported by many programs, including Microsoft Paint. BMP (which comes from the word "bitmap"), is intended for offline use, since BMPs tend to be large in size.
BMPs are not for the web!