All three of the browsers have a home page which consists of icons and/or previews of frequently visited websites that can be customized to include those specific websites you’d like featured.
This can be frustrating if the text is updating faster than you can read a particular section -- especially if the information is important to your company.
Most browsers allow you to turn off the automatic feature without much difficulty. Check the box marked "Warn me when websites try to redirect or reload the page." Pages will now not automatically update and instead will ask you to click an on-screen prompt when you are ready for an update. Click on the extension icon (a white circular arrow in a red hexagon) at the top of the screen when you want to stop a page automatically refreshing.
Note that the icon only appears when you visit a page that uses automatic refreshing.
A professional writer since 1998 with a Bachelor of Arts in journalism, John Lister ran the press department for the Plain English Campaign until 2005.
The other ring of users are the enterprise users who will have the option to delay updates, so that they can hold it to the time when they are free.
Microsoft said it will push updates to such users less frequently, so that they are faced with a minimum down time.
Firefox is really too large at this scale, as text is gigantic and the white space between paragraphs is huge.
Opera, which has a photo background for its default home page, is the only one that adds any visual variety.
Where a reboot would be required, the user might have to save his or her work and then reboot before going back to the work he or she was doing.
Of course, Windows 10 will let you defer restart, but that is not enough because a download in background might slow down your browsing in some cases.
An extremely close look at each will show signs that text has begun to blur due to the scaling involved, but everything remains readable.