In principle a browser’s identity may be guessed by scanning four properties; but in practice the first suffices:
Note : a browser detector/sniffer may err for some browsers because their userAgent strings may mimic those of other browsers. A sniffer may also wrongly identify some browsers because the sniffer is too simple: e.g., some Opera userAgent strings contain both ‘MSIE’ and ‘Opera’, so a sniffer will fail if it assumes that ‘MSIE’ always indicates Internet Explorer. For more about browser sniffing, see Resources > Browser Sniffing.
Your browser has these options / properties:
Note : 32-bit Windows will need the 32-bit version of the Java Runtime Environment (JRE); 64-bit Windows will need both the 32-bit and 64-bit versions of the JRE.
The following information about your PC may be deduced:
Note : some browsers reveal a few more details, but without broad browser support there is no point in reporting them.
Your browser has these plugins: