So I am running Both ? Correct?
When you're connected to this site, it will only track one browser - so whichever one you used to click your 'last link' you clicked will be the one that appears in the statistics. You can have IE and Chrome both open - but this site, and most others will track you with a combination of IP and username -- the browser info is only used so the server knows what features your browser has and doesn't have. An example: This is IE 11:
- but before the fix, this is how it looked:
- the 0.0 in the version is what made IE 11 fail.
Since you have Windows 7, I would recommend getting the most recent version of IE installed as soon as possible. The longer you keep an old version on, the more risk you take. Chrome and Firefox are more secure, but none are perfect. Most Windows 7 machines are auto-updated, and should be on IE 10 or 11 by now. You can tell what version from inside IE, locate your "Gear" menu on the right (IE 9, 10, 11) - or locate the "Help" menu and look for "About Internet Explorer" - that will reveal a version number -
[EDIT] to properly answer your question, IE and Chrome are both present on your machine, although I cannot tell if IE is running or not -
Chrome definitely is, as it is the one listed on your current record -- but if you clicked a couple links in IE,the system should detect your IE version and use it - until you use a Chrome link again -- Every time you click a link, there is a 'handshake' between the server and your computer -- your browser sends the link it wants, along with a pile of info (including your browser make and model) so the server knows what to send back. This happens with every click anywhere on the internet 🙂