Internet Explorer 5.5 is Microsoft’s proprietory freeware solution to browsing Internet web pages in Windows systems (compatability with Mac and UNIX systems has been discontinued in this version). Some interesting features of this version include better print preview capability, improvement in support to CSS and MHTML, a more powerful search assistant, organization of History folder ability, and the possibility of marking favorite pages to be available offline.
Internet Explorer is the world’s most commonly used web browser because it is a user-friendly tool that allows users to work with text, images, and videos in a fun, easy and quick way. It provides tools like saving and organizing favorite pages, keeping a history of the recently visited pages, and saving pages contents so they can be viewed offline. Its customizable menu bars let perform actions such as printing, searching, using hyperlink access to desired web pages, sending e-mails, etc. Other tools available in Internet Explorer include text finder, text magnifier, full page display, and more.
This great tool provides many benefits for Internet users or users who need to view information from Web Servers within local networks.
- Easy to use
- Easy access to tools
- Vulnerable to Internet threats, like virus