We all have something we really, really like, and that's the thing we tend to enjoy spending time with the most. Interestingly enough, though, if we were all asked to detail our love affair with our internet browser, we'd probably have a hard time spilling the beans--- because there's not a whole lot there.
We spend hours every day staring at our computer screens, diving into our web browsers, and fishing around our files for word processing systems, spreadsheets, and notes, but we our browsers are one of very few things that we don't put a whole lot of care into.
That is, we never used to. Now, as computers are speeding up and platforms are being asked to do more and more complex tasks, more folks are searching for browsers that work the way they do. Fortunately, we've got answers. From the user concerned about security to the user who wants to make his or her own browser, there's an option out there!
The cybersecurity enthusiasts have spoken, and the Firefox platform has won by a landslide. One of the few independent browsers that is completely nonprofit, Mozilla doesn't pay its bills by selling your information, which makes it more secure and trustworthy than many of its counterparts. Additionally, the platform recently enjoyed a major overhaul, making it almost as fast as Google Chrome, the industry leader. In fact, while it still may lag slightly behind Chrome in a dead app sprint, throw open a few tabs and it actually creeps ahead. Combine its refusal to sell your data with password-free login functionality and standard ad blocking, and you have a robust tool that's stood the test of time and has what it takes to be your go-to browser today.
It's no secret: Google runs a good portion of the internet. That's probably why it makes sense that Google Chrome, the platform's native browser, is also the most used browser on the web. And while Chrome definitely gets a few marks off for its inclination to not being entirely transparent with user information, for those that are looking to do some power browsing with the help of a number of nifty add-ons and plugins, Google Chrome is hard to beat. Fast and relatively lightweight (though it does use some serious RAM, at times, Chrome continues to dominate because of its versatility.
Yes, we know he was a famous composer, but he's not the Vivaldi we're referring to here. This Vivaldi is a product of Oracle founder and visionary, and seeks to make browsing different-- namely by giving users all of the customization options they could possibly want. Want to move your tabs to the side of the screen? Do it. Want to change the entire theme of your computer and adjust the brightness from a desktop window? Consider it done.
There are no limits to this platform, and what it lacks in speed as of now, it totally makes up for in terms of functionality, customization, and reliability.