Google has been pushing its Chrome browser hard, even buying those ubiquitous TV ads.
Now the search giant has launched a Web site called What Browser? to accompany the campaign. The first step to getting Chrome converts, Google realizes, is getting people to care which browser they're using--and to be able to tell the difference. The What Browser? site automatically identifies the browser you're using. If that's Greek to you, they provide this video.
Amusingly, the "Try a new browser" section also has the courtesy to link to downloads for Opera, Firefox, IE and Safari--to avoid looking like it's shilling for Chrome.
Edit: This article originally omitted the IE from the site's courtesy links. THe IE option only appears on Windows PCs.