A study by scientists from the Canadian company AptiQuant, made within four weeks from more than 100 thousand people in the U.S., Canada, UK, Australia and New Zealand suggests that users "Explorer" are more traditionalists and people who have developed certain habits. For these changes and new Web browsers is a big obstacle. That's why scientists believe that the choice of Web browser is directly related to human cognition (a term to describe higher mental processes, to help people acquire knowledge and solve problems).
"It was obvious that people who use any version of the" Internet Explorer ", have significantly lower IQs than others," said a representative of AptiQuant.
Higher up in the rankings are users with browser preferences to "Opera" and "Camino". Scientists claim that people using "Google Chrome", "Mozilla Firefox" and "Safari" are almost the same IQ. Compared with users of "Explorer", it is classified a significantly higher level of IQ.
Congratulations Opera users from Europe and other continents