Oct 19, 20208:58 AM - edited Oct 19, 20209:08 AM
Chrome vs. Firefox: which is better?
Chrome vs. Firefox
Choosing a web browser is like finding a CRM solution: once you find one that works for you, you're committed to it. Whether it's because of the integrations, the extensions, or simply your orderly bookmark folders, browsers can become your best friend when searching for files and creating landing pages. But with so many options, there is no one choice that suits everyone.
This week we're discussing two of the most popular browsers, Chrome vs. Firefox. Which browser do you prefer and why?
p.s. if you're using another browser, sound off in the comments on why your choice works for you!
Ah man I've been using Chrome for so long I can't see myself using anything else. As a web developer I use a lot of extensions to help in the process as well as for productivity. Firefox's extension library just doesn't have the same vast amount of options as Chrome does. Also, while doing cross-browser testing Chrome certainly runs faster in comparison when testing sites on Firefox. Then just the fact I spend a lot of time in the G-Suite so it just feels more interconnected when using Chrome as the browser. Now if ony it would stop eating up so much of my computer memory...
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Ah - love this topic! As a passionate Chrome user, I will happily sing its praises any day! Chrome saves me on a daily basis: 1) because I can have a seamless experience between my phone and browser. 2) I appreciate having easy access to documents in my google drive by just typing into the search bar. 3) Signing in from different computers makes it easy to jump into a project midstream as I can feel like I'm on my main computer.
I am curious to hear about other browsers though. I have been using Chrome so long I forget what the other ones are like!