Firefox. Internet Explorer. Chrome. Safari. Netscape, Opera. We've pretty much all heard of them by now. They've been fighting for market share for the past few years (Internet Explorer has been fighting for it for a lot longer than that), and it's unlikely any of them will ever come out the absolute winner.
They try to be all things to all people. And that's great. What if you're looking for a browser that does just the things you want to do online? What if you're sick of all the browser-war hubub and want something that's truly unique and different (and, maybe, works better than the mainstream options)? What then? Well, there's good news.
There are more than a dozen excellent alternative browsers out there if you're looking for something distinctive. Below are ten such web browsers, along with why you might want to consider using them.