Microsoft Edge was under the shadow of browsers such as Google Chrome and Firefox. Features like Reading Mode, Read Aloud, Collections are also pulling more users from Chrome and other browsers.
Safari is pretty smooth and one of the least power-hungry browsers for macOS. Safari has a lot of features such as tracking protection against websites, a built-in reading mode, and a keychain password management system.
Google Chrome is a pretty solid alternative to Safari. It can sync data on all devices via your Google Account. Additionally, It also comes with a huge collection of Extensions that can make your browsing experience better.
Firefox is overall a really smooth browser despite the occasional jitters. Firefox grew in popularity due to its stability, many themes, and a huge collection of extensions. Like other browsers, Firefox is also privacy focussed and open source.
Opera is the first browser on this list that isn’t as well known as the others. It has Opera flow which syncs data between your phone and your PC and an in-built VPN that offers unlimited access, and more. There are a ton of features you can try out.
Brave has gained quick popularity due to its performance and privacy features. “Brave Shield” in Brave blocks all ad trackers to give you one of the most private browsing experiences, and offers a feature called “Brave Rewards.”
Vivaldi is a browser that focuses solely on the needs of power users who don’t mind a browser hogging up their resources. Just like Opera, you can use the sidebar to open your favorite websites without disturbing the contents of your main tab.
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