In comparison with all the browsers of today, Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox are relatively older and better.
Speed and Simplicity in Browsing
Chrome undoubtedly is a well polished and older browser than Firefox that is smoother owing to application shortcuts and packaged apps. Firefox on the other hand is slightly clumsier and congested in its look and working. Firefox gives its user the full rights to customize each feature present to the smallest detail, unlike Chrome. Most developers choose chrome as their primary browser, for the simplicity and the faster working options that it provides, but statistics show that Chrome has a slower page loading reliability. Chrome also has features like instant page load and voice sensitivity in its basket that Firefox doesn’t possess.
Extensions and Syncing Capabilities
In the categories of security and privacy, the extensions that Firefox offers are not clogging, unstable or incapable and offers more Tab groups to its users, compared to none in Chrome’s category.
Chrome simply has more extensions that end up congesting and making the users lag but its syncing capabilities are simply marvelous as you can log into your immediate work that you left off, from anywhere in the world.
Privacy and Security
Firefox outsmarts chrome by providing better privacy owing to its non-usage of third party options and secure password manager, unlike chrome’s insecure password manager. Firefox has immensely powerful security extensions along with better Adblock Plus. Also, in comparison, Firefox is an open source software while Chrome isn’t and Google aims to collect all your data while Firefox gains nothing from it. Chrome also has a Task Manager of its own to provide the transparency to check what actually is hogging the RAM.
Crash Reports, Flash Player and Licenses
Firefox also shows a better user rating than Chrome by the critics on sites like, diffen.com and lifehacker.com. Firefox is also working extensively on its smoothness and simplicity.