Google Chrome sucks — here’s why you should stop using it

Safari

Apple’s Safari – which was actually ported to Windows PCs for a full two years before being snatched – actually made some ground in the browser market. Apparently, Safari is not available on any computer that is not running Apple’s MacOS except two versions released at one point on Windows. Hence its market share is not very good.

but who cares? The safari is fantastic.

For Apple users, Safari is the fastest browser. Native applications are significantly faster and more efficient on Apple’s products (Final Cut Pro runs better than Adobe Premiere, etc.) and Safari is no exception. Apple made Safari the world’s fastest browser for Mac in 2017 and did not provide it.

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Not to mention, it’s safe and secure – one of the biggest draws for using Safari. With the release of MacOS 11 Big Sur, Apple added new features such as customization and the ability to see transparency from websites that are tracking you.

This is a great choice for Apple users and easily the best-looking browser on iOS and iPadOS.

Firefox

Mozilla’s Firefox is not the most used Internet browser since 2011. Even mimicking the success of Chrome, he tried to launch a mobile operating system – Firefox. Sadly, the project lost investors and never saw the light of day.

Either way, Firefox is a fully capable browser.

Microsoft edge

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Yeah, you read that right.

I’m pretty sure that Microsoft’s own employees refused to use the company’s previous browser, Internet Explorer. When I was in high school it was a joke for years and anyone who used it was almost mocked because they had an AOL account.

Internet Explorer was messed up, had a lot of security issues, and did not look good at all. Now, Microsoft Edge has made some huge gains.

Some are calling it the most capable browser. It looks sleek, the design is clean. This fixes most of the security problems faced by Internet Explorer. Apart from the fact that the default search engine is Bing, it is actually clean and cool to use.

Opera

Generally, I would refrain from adding Opera to this list, but the way Opera has designed their browser is quite interesting.

This is a bit cluttered at first, but they have a feature similar to Apple’s handoff where you can send webpages through devices, making it easier for multi-device users who visit a webpage or Internet on a different device Want to find

I’m certainly not saying that Opera will outperform benchmarks or anything (although the way Opera loads webpages is so non-traditional to other browsers that in some capacity, it’s actually pretty fast) , But – Opera is perfectly suited for casual Internet browsing of all types.