There are a number of browsers that have dominated the market over the years, and is very likely that they will continue the same way in the future. Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox are two of the most powerful browsers and they both have a big number of users. However, they each have their advantages and weakness. This article will offer you a brief comparison, so you can decide which browser suits your needs best.
Speed is one of the most important thing when it comes to browsers; if a browser is too slow, chances are that customers will slowly eliminate it from the market, like it happened with Internet Explorer.
In this case, Mozilla Firefox is the one that has the first position, and its initial start-up is two seconds faster than the one of its rival, Google Chrome.
If you are worried about memory, or you are using an old device, Firefox is once again the one that you need. This browser works better on less performant machines with less than 4GB of RAM and it consumes less memory than Chrome (almost 20- 60% less than Chrome).
Both browsers have a user-friendly interface and they come with a sleek design. Firefox has a separate search bar and a separate address bar, while Chrome uses one bar for both functions.
They are both quality browsers that are able to protect you while you navigate the internet. However, Mozilla Firefox does have a function that allows you to use one master password the encrypt all of the saved password, something that Google Chrome lacks. Firefox also has some security extensions, but Google Chrome has individual processes for every single running tab, which is a plus.