"Still The Best Overall Browser [Updated Review]"
I have updated by ratings to factor in 5 things. Out of the box, Security, Customization, Add-ons and Appearance. The reason I chose these factors is because these are what cater to the average user. The average user isn't going to notice the speed difference nor are they going to care about web standards. They just want a browser that works for their needs and this is what my tests aim to do is find the best browser that suites anyone's needs. Firefox leads the war by offer top customizability, the best add-ons and best Appearace (with different types of themes and personas). It's only average when it comes to security and out of the box solutions. The only downsides to Firefox involves it's out of the box and security solutions even with ways to enhance it some might want a more simpler solution without needing to "add to it". It also can crash from time to time. If you want the best browser that offers balance across the board, you can't do better than Firefox. If you want the best out of the box solution you might want to go with Chrome and if security is the main focus then give Opera a try.
- Highly Customizable
- Variety Of Add-ons
- Appearance Through Personas And Themes
- Average Security
- Low Out Of The Box Experience
- Prone To Crashes From Time To Time
- 09 Aug 2010
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