Using an out of date browser is not something you want to get caught doing. If your current browser is outdated, it's vital that you update to the latest version provided. Outdated and unsecure browsers will leave you seeing broken versions of websites, block you from seeing select images online, are less stable, and are slower than new versions. Switching to new browsers and updating old browsers is free and doesn't take more than a couple of minutes.
Update your browser to be sure that you are getting the most out of your web experience:
Internet Explorer: This is the web's most popular browser, but not necessarily the best browser. For those running Windows XP the most current version is IE 10. People running Windows Vista, Windows 7 or Windows 8 have access to Internet Explore 11. For everyone running Windows 10, you have access to Microsoft's Edge Browser. Update here.
Google Chrome: Google Chrome is Google's propietary browser running on a custom enhanced engine that was originally based in webkit. Chrome has many advantages compared to other browsers running webkit. Update here.
Mozilla Firefox: Firefox is a free and open source browser. Currently in direct competition with Chrome for speed and resource management, having similar advantages. Runs on it's own custom web engine Update here.
Apple's Safari: Commonly used on Apple products like iPhones and iPads, currently runs on a Webkit engine. Apple Update here.
Opera: Opera has built in features which make websites load lighter, such as a built in adblocker. Currently runs on the webkit engine. Typically used more on mobile for those strapped on data. Update here.