There are so many browsers out there, all being updated before you've had a chance to get used to the latest version, that sometimes it can be hard to know which one to use: Firefox? Chrome? Opera? Internet Explorer? Where to begin.
However, one browser it would definitely pay to avoid is Internet Explorer 7 (IE7) after Australian consumer retail firm Kogan announced it would putting an IE7 tax on any customers purchasing from the site on the outdated browser.
As it explained in a blog post, the system is so antiquated that optimising their website to run on the browser is an unnecessary expense, so drastic action was required.
"The way we've been able to keep our prices so low is by using technology to make our business efficient and streamlined. One of the things stopping that is our web team having to spend a lot of time making our new website look normal on IE7," they said.
"This is an extremely old browser, so from today, anyone buying from the site who uses IE7 will be lumped with a 6.8 per cent surcharge - that's 0.1 per cent for each month IE7 has been on the market."
The firm said it was important to take this step to protect both itself and other firms from wasting any more money.
"As internet citizens, we all have a responsibility to make the internet a better place. By taking these measures, we are doing our bit This will help us increase our efficiency, help keep prices for all smart shoppers down, and hopefully help eradicate the world of the pain in the rear that is IE7."
The firm therefore urged customers to download Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Safari, Opera - or even just a more recent version of Internet Explorer.
Sneak will definitely be making sure that if he decides to buy an item from a site based on the other side of the planet that he doesn't fall victim to this tax - every little helps after all.
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