What's the best Windows 10 web browser? The benchmarks are in

View Poll Results: What browser do you like best?

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  • Internet Explorer 11 (IE11)

    38 15.20%
  • Microsoft Edge

    37 14.80%
  • Chrome

    67 26.80%
  • Firefox

    93 37.20%
  • Opera

    5 2.00%
  • Other

    10 4.00%
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  1. Posts : 85
    windows10 pro
       #70

    i use FF mostly because the add-ons
    not like chrome dont have it, but i more used to firefox, and i feel FF have more complete function, like i can track source image url easily with firefox media info and such

    well i can do same in chrome with some add-ons though

    for speed (startup/quit) chrome is better than FF imo... especially when u have lots of tabs it
    the sync also more smooth than FF

    but FF win in efficiency though, 2000tabs+ eat like 2gb of RAM where chrome can eat more than 3gb


    edge isnt that bad, but i never tried using it with bunch of tabs
    i mostly use for watching netflix (sub browser)

    for casual surfer... i believe any browser will just fine
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  2. Posts : 10
    Win 10
       #71

    slyphnier said:

    for speed (startup/quit) chrome is better than FF imo... especially when u have lots of tabs it
    the sync also more smooth than FF
    Are you crazy?? Chrome is slower than FF in starting up. When I 1st launch FF it takes like 5 - 7 secs. But Chrome takes like 14 secs. I dont think you got FF.
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  3. Posts : 19,211
    W11+W11 Developer Insider + Linux
       #72

    FF lunches in less than a second from an SSD. So do IE and Edge and bunch of other ones.
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  4. Posts : 22,741
    Windows 10 Home x64
       #73

    CountMike said:
    FF lunches in less than a second from an SSD. So do IE and Edge and bunch of other ones.
    I suspect that all browser will launch quickly when on an SSD. Modern browsers are all good and it's really hard to find a bad one now a days.
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  5. Posts : 19,211
    W11+W11 Developer Insider + Linux
       #74

    BunnyJ said:
    I suspect that all browser will launch quickly when on an SSD. Modern browsers are all good and it's really hard to find a bad one now a days.
    They'll all start a bit faster with a blank page, it's syncing start page that takes most time.
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  6. Posts : 17,831
    Windows 10
       #75

    CountMike said:
    They'll all start a bit faster with a blank page, it's syncing start page that takes most time.
    Even without anything synced, a page like this:

    What's the best Windows 10 web browser? The benchmarks are in-000027.png

    is going to load a heck of a lot faster than this:

    What's the best Windows 10 web browser? The benchmarks are in-000026.png
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  7. Posts : 56,057
    Multi-boot Windows 10/11 - RTM, RP, Beta, and Insider
       #76

    FF on desktop, Chrome on lappy (only cause the wife is used to it and it gets her to her Coupon Sites! ) I like FF on my desktop; it just looks better in this forum! Highly technical explanations, I know, but if it works for you....it works!
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  8. Posts : 85
    windows10 pro
       #77

    koolx said:
    Are you crazy?? Chrome is slower than FF in starting up. When I 1st launch FF it takes like 5 - 7 secs. But Chrome takes like 14 secs. I dont think you got FF.
    i didnt matter fresh start (without previous session) much... because i use lots tabs ...

    in my system, FF with like 10add-ons & 1000+tabs load like 2-3minutes...
    it can be much longer if u use AdBlockPlus... i use ublock origin because of it
    chrome 7add-ons & 1000+tabs 1minutes

    the things is, in chromes, extra tabs doesnt incrase load time much
    while firefox extra tabs increase quite load time

    i know this probably caused with add-ons i use, i am suspecting between session manager - noscript - ublock origin
    because those add-ons working ever since ff starting up
    but again in chrome i use similar add-ons...
    u can test it urself
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  9. Posts : 19,211
    W11+W11 Developer Insider + Linux
       #78

    "FF with like 10add-ons & 1000+tabs load like 2-3minutes." holly smokes, I don't have that many bookmarks !!!
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  10. Posts : 10
    Win 10
       #79

    slyphnier said:
    i didnt matter fresh start (without previous session) much... because i use lots tabs ...

    in my system, FF with like 10add-ons & 1000+tabs load like 2-3minutes...
    it can be much longer if u use AdBlockPlus... i use ublock origin because of it
    chrome 7add-ons & 1000+tabs 1minutes

    the things is, in chromes, extra tabs doesnt incrase load time much
    while firefox extra tabs increase quite load time

    i know this probably caused with add-ons i use, i am suspecting between session manager - noscript - ublock origin
    because those add-ons working ever since ff starting up
    but again in chrome i use similar add-ons...
    u can test it urself
    I think you got a bad install of FF. So far I havent heard of anyone complainng that FF is slow in launching even with multipe tabs open. Youre the only one that I heard of with this issue. You should reinstall FF because something isnt right with your system.
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