Recently Google Chrome made it as the most popular browser on the internet. Not only is it popular over the computers, it is also well used on mobile phones. But Mozilla’s Firefox is not far behind, breathing down its neck, and for most people – when they become dedicated to either one of these – there is no going back to change browsers. In fact, browsers today can have an increasingly personal effect on surfing the web – unless you have the browser that you are most comfortable with, you may find it difficult to function at the same speed and efficiency online. Both Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox are open source, which means a community of enthusiasts maintains it, and you can personalize the browser any which way you want. Perhaps it is because of this why the little things matter between them, and here is where one gets an advantage over the other.
Google Chrome admittedly has the better speed, and because of Google’s instant menus which show up as you type in the address bar, you can see the webpage even before you have typed. Google Chrome also has an in built PDF reader (great for those pesky windows for forms and documents which you only want to view and not download), as well as a Flash Player. Considering that if you are not using Chrome, and are a Google.com user, you will be encouraged to use Chrome for a better experience, it is no wonder the search engine giant is number 1 for browsers as well. Chrome also has support for HTML5 unlike in other browsers which make all the difference to the experience. Read more »