I’ve always used Internet Explorer for browsing the internet, mostly because I was used to it and never felt any great need to change. While chatting with a teenage pupil this week he said that he used Google Chrome which was much quicker and it got me thinking. Since I upgraded to the latest version of IE (whichever number that is – I can never remember!) I’ve not been able to swap the order of photos once I’ve posted them here on Photoblog – not particularly convenient when you’re posting a dozen or more pictures. In addition, IE has become incredibly slow in recent months so I thought it was worth giving Christian’s suggestion a try. At first glance I really like it – it’s sooo
much quicker and I really like the favourites tab. And
it works with Photoblog – hurrah! Time will tell as to whether I find anything I want to do but can’t....
In case you’re wondering what today’s photos are, they’re a small titanium part from a cold war TSR2 aircraft. I wanted something I could shoot from a couple of different angles (to try the shifting photos around thing when posting) and I thought the texture of the machined metal might work well in a macro photo. If you’ve not heard of TSR2 before please take a look here
as I posted another part from it in 2010. I would like to think these are better than my previous effort but I’ll leave you to decide that. In the meantime, I’m off to surf the net at a never before experienced high speed!!