Which Browser Is Best?
Everyday hundreds of thousands of people around the world ask or look up this question over the web that which browser is best? Logically, if one sees or notice all these browsers that they all comes as free, they all are fast as well as they all are compliant in nature. The top in the list as we heard from others all the times includes Google Chrome, Microsoft Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox and Opera. Well, as of understanding at starter level, each of these browsers comes with its own sense of features, which does helps and even requires by a large chunk of people. In the showcase below, I am highlighting what features these browsers come equipped with and how much or how likely you will be (possibly) interested in one browser from the list.
#1 Google Chrome – Version 34
Google back this month only released Chrome version 34 for Windows, Mac and Linux. The latest version includes support for responsive images, an unprefixed version of the Web Audio API, and importing supervised users. Here’s the Chrome 34 changelog provided by Google:
- Responsive Images and Unprefixed Web Audio.
- Import supervised users onto new computers.
- A number of new apps/extension APIs.
- A different look for Win8 Metro mode.
- Lots of under the hood changes for stability and performance.
#2 Mozilla Firefox – Version 28
It was last month only Mozilla unveiled Firefox version 28 for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Android., bringing VP9 video decoding, Web notifications on OS X, and volume controls for HTML5 video and audio. Here’s the full changelog for Firefox 28:
- NEW: VP9 video decoding implemented.
- NEW: Mac OS X: Notification Center support for web notifications.
- NEW: Volume control for HTML5 audio/video.
- NEW: Support for Opus in WebM.
- CHANGED: Now that spdy/3 is implemented support for spdy/2 has been removed and servers without spdy/3 will negotiate to http/1 without any penalty.
- DEVELOPER: Support for MathML 2.0 ‘mathvariant’ attribute.
- DEVELOPER: Background thread hang reporting.
- DEVELOPER: Support for multi-line flexbox in layout.
- FIXED: Various security fixes.
#3 Internet Explorer – Version 11
Internet Explorer is the world’s most popular web browser which comes equipped with security, ease of use, and improvements in RSS, CSS, and Ajax support. Here is the full changelog for IE version 11:
- 30% faster for real world Web sites
- Fast, world-ready Web applications
- Faster development with 25 new and improved modern Web standards
- Few examples of how the Web is better for developers
- Debug faster with new F12 developer tools
- Hardware-accelerated 3D Web graphics
- The existing Web continues to work – even better
- Enable professional-quality video experiences on the Web
#4 Opera – Version 20
Opera considered as the fastest browser which comes equipped with secure, powerful and easy to use resources, with an excellent privacy protection. Here is the full changelog for Opera version 20:
- Off-Road mode doesn’t work on some ISPs
- Auto-update prompts for credentials and then exits immediately
- Rename “Compression mode” to “Opera Turbo” for Russian language