BrowserCaps uses two methods to archive information. Site visitors can search through the list of HTML features to see how well each web browser scored. They also have the option of reviewing performance evaluations on a browser-by-browser basis to see how efficiently each browser performs.
Each method yields valuable information. If, for example, most web browsers support a code feature, designers can be confident about using that code even if a few browsers don't support it. Exceptions should be made for Internet Explorer, however, since it was packaged with the Microsoft OS that many users are still using today.