Which web browser do you use? Often it’s always a quest which is the top/powerful/commonly used browser. As entries include Chrome, IE, Firefox, Safari, Opera, avant, Amaya the list goes on..However it’s a fact that every browser has got it’s own merits and demerits over other browsers. Focusing on better speed surfing and plug-in management in Chrome and Firefox doesn’t mean by all that they are top browsers. Frequent crash occur for Firefox with available plugins, also memory usage and built in adblock a problem. As still stats go for IE , in browser market share ,Plugin and addon, tab management, frequent security flaws problems in IE gets focused .With IE9 release It is expected to be generally faster, more secure, and more standards compliant.
While for Chrome’s multi-process design makes it stable because faulty code or a crashed add-on in one tab won’t cause the whole browser to cease functioning, however memory hogs in Chrome is serious problem. Compared to other top 3 browsers, Safari and Opera are been emerging trends in browser market as there updated versions improve now and then, although they lacks features like few extensions but experiences fewer security issues than other browsers, partly because hackers typically don’t bother with low market share browsers. Comparing growth of Safari with other browsers in terms of speed, security, and flexibility is splendid but it too have crash flaw. New browsers share also been increased such as Camino, Avant, Rockmelt, maxthon, flock, deepnet, phaseout etc…
Overall speed and stability of various browsers much depend under which platform they run, as the comparison scope not only ends with PC/Desktops/Laptops, it extends to Mobility Platforms too.Every Browser’s now focus on late web trends such as HTML5, WebGL, Hardware acceleration.3D.. , compete gets hotter. Expert’s categories’ top performance browsers under these reasons:
- Better Surfing speed in all terms (images/videos/downloads)
- Better Security/Privacy/Cookie/Reliable Management
- Better Platform Support (i.e. OS/hardware Support)
- Better Display and adapt to later Web technologies
- Better Memory and Process management
- Better crash recovery/Troubleshooting Management
- Better Plugin/Addon Management
- Better Interface (GUI)
- Better Bookmarking, Synchronizationand Offline management
- Better Update and Online Support Management
- Better developer Management
Latest Web Statistics and Trends from w3schools, toptenreviews, consumersearch and other stats prefer is given to Firefox and Internet Explorer as the two most popular browsers. As like most of you we too are little skeptic on these stats(since most reviews are one sided or aimed on market share) and suggest to comment our readers about their top and favorite browsers and why ?Also what additional features should browser supports?