My favourite Browser Is Google Chrome, Because it is the best browser and fast, secure among all the browsers.
I totally agree! Works for everything that I need to run. Always works really smoothly in my experience, and hasn't ever crashed on me.Most likely Chrome. I just like the ease of access on a lot of options. No matter what work I'm doing, every app I need is close by. And in terms of visuals, it just feels a lot cleaner than other browsers.
That's pretty cool. I did not know Chrome had that option. I may have to reconsider using it. Thanks for sharing!I use Chrome because I can move back and forth between my computer and my phone. I also have a Gmail account and it's pretty annoying to get off of Chrome because Chrome integrates it so well.
I do agree, while back in the day IE was just terrible, it's actually improved a lot lately and is starting to keep up, although it's reputation of being the slowest and worst will always remain in peoples minds. I still find it though, if I ever use internet explorer I have to use the (No-addons) version, without any addons at all it's pretty damn fast.I have been a Firefox fan for so many years now. But to be honest, you can't go wrong with any of today's most popular browsers. Chrome is great, but I just don't want everything connected with Google. Even Internet Explorer is fantastic now. It has vastly improved over the years. But a lot of people still view it as inferior to Chrome, Firefox, and other top browsers.
I agree Chrome is fast, and it stores everything for you, it can be used as a cloud, a browser and so many more things in one. I also got a new phone a couple days ago and it connected to my phone and it was amazing to see that every search I made in chrome was connected to my phone right away. I love it.Google Chrome has to be my favourite browser. I always used to love Firefox, then I moved onto Opera until I got introduced to Chrome. Since using Chrome I have tried out many different other browsers but nothing compares with the simplicity and the speed of Chrome.
I also noticed that Firefox uses so much CPU. Personally, that is not a problem for me as I have more than enough memory to work with. Chrome uses a lot of memory as well, though each tab has its own process so one crash doesn't make the whole browser go down. Maybe I will fiddle around Chrome for a week and see if I like it now better than Firefox.I do agree, while back in the day IE was just terrible, it's actually improved a lot lately and is starting to keep up, although it's reputation of being the slowest and worst will always remain in peoples minds. I still find it though, if I ever use internet explorer I have to use the (No-addons) version, without any addons at all it's pretty damn fast.
With Firefox, I find that it wastes up soo much CPU and memory, if you check task manager it's absolutely horrible to look at.