Google Chrome is readily available and the most up to date mainstream web browser. Get It Here
Vivaldi is another great browser, especially if you don't like the idea of Google or Opera tracking you. Get It Here
SRWare Iron is exactly Chrome but without the Google, great. Get It Here
Opera is another fine browser for using with The Telly Club but not the mobile version. Get It Here
Microsoft Edge has improved recently and now appears to play all our content but my testing is limited as I don't use Windows. Edge comes pre-installed on all modern Windows machines. If this browser doesn't play ALL our content try another one.
Amazon Silk is our current recommendation for Firesticks and Fire TV devices. Get it from your app store but please read my Test Report.
Firefox is pretty good but it just wont play my MKV format files yet. Maybe one day soon.
There are of course other fine web browsers available and I certainly haven't tested them all.
This is a pathetic excuse of a web browser and always has been. Unlike the other major browser producers Microsoft have never fully recognised the standards set by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). They have always lagged way behind the others and consistently failed to fall into line with the result being websites just don't look or behave the same in their browsers. I couldn't even start to tell you the number of hacks web developers like me have had to pull over the years just to get our websites to actually work in Internet Explorer.
Most of my channels will not work in Internet Explorer because that browser is too old now. Plus it is a big security risk and a magnet for all kinds of nasties. Do yourselves a favour and ditch that relic if you are still using it, your experience of the whole internet would be enhanced.
Yes even Safari on the Ipad is not a full web browser although it may be acceptable but given the choice Chrome is still better. The honest truth is that all mobile devices are little brothers to laptops and you cannot expect their web browsers to perform equally. However if you are prepared to put up with their weaker processing power and constant recharging together with those poorly designed on-screen keyboards which by design have half the keys removed then so be it. But please remember that The Telly Club was designed for proper computers.
I only use Linux (open source) operating systems so I am privileged to have available Ten's of Thousands of safe free open source software applications, one of which is The Chromium Web Browser. This is Chrome before Google get it and exactly the same but without the "Google". Not many people are aware that Google have never produced a web browser or operating system, instead they pay the open source Chromium Foundation to build these things for them. So that's where Google got the name "Chrome" from.
Vivaldi, Iron, Silk and many more browsers are all built from Chromium Foundations source code.ALL FAQ's