Frequently Asked Question

What browser am I using?
Last Updated 3 years ago

Knowing what browser you are using is very important to help troubleshoot issues and figure out why certain webpages are not working. Some websites may also ask you to use a certain browser. You can figure out what browser you are using by looking at the icon you click/tap to open it.

Browser iconBrowser name
Google Chrome iconGoogle Chrome
Mozilla Firefox iconMozilla Firefox
Older Mozilla Firefox iconOlder Mozilla Firefox, pre-2019
Microsoft Edge (Chromium) iconMicrosoft Edge (Chromium)
Microsoft Edge (Legacy) iconMicrosoft Edge (Legacy)
Microsoft Internet Explorer iconMicrosoft Internet Explorer
Apple Safari iconApple Safari
Apple Safari iconOlder Apple Safari

What if my icon isn't on the list?

There are a lot of web browsers out there, but we have covered the most common ones. Since people like the common ones so much, it's easy to find browsers that are built off of—or, are derivative of—the bigger browsers.

If you still aren't sure what browser you're using, the following table lists the names of some less common but still notable browsers and what browser they are built out of. If you are asked what browser you are using when submitting a ticket, just select the browser yours derives from if you see it on the list below. And if you still don't know what browser you're using, just select I don't know in the drop-down.

Browser name(s)

Derivative of
  • Brave
  • Vivaldi
  • Yandex Browser
  • Opera
  • Avast Secure Browser
  • Amazon Silk
  • Samsung Internet Browser
  • Qihoo 360 Secure Browser
  • Torch Browser
  • Comodo Dragon

Google Chrome (Chromium)

  • GNU IceCat
  • Pale Moon
  • Waterfox
  • Tor Browser
Mozilla Firefox

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