Google's Chrome versus Firefox: A quick comparison of the two biggest web browsers
Antonio Villas-Boas/Business Insider
My web browser of choice is Google's Chrome, but I'm always on the hunt for a better browser.
After all, it's the app I use most often on pretty much any computer. If a browser can perform faster and more efficiently that Chrome, I'd absolutely consider it.
Interestingly, Mozilla - the company behind the Firefox browser - makes some pretty enticing claims about its browser. One of those claims is that it uses 30% less RAM than Chrome, which is particularly interesting. It means that Chrome might not slow down my computer as much as Chrome does when I have a ton of open tabs.
Another tasty claim is that Firefox loads websites faster than Chrome.
I tried Firefox to see how well it stacks up against Chrome:
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Which one slows your computer faster?
Loading sites on Firefox.
Add-ons and extensions.
Google Chrome has one major feature that Firefox doesn't.
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