Firefox? Chrome? Safari?
These top web browsers are all fairly similar in style and ease of use as well as speed. You may not be able to see the difference just by looking at their home page, but there are little things that may help you decide which one is right for you.
Firefox: This browser seems to be the at the top of the list due to its extensive list of add-ons (extensions, plug-ins, little apps that make using Firefox so much better, etc) and the improvements made by the open source community who use it everyday. Because of these add-ons, it can slow down your page uploads if you’re running too many apps at a time.
Chrome: Google’s Chrome works best with Google+ and all things Google. One aspect of Chrome is its simplistic look. The size of the toolbar is less intrusive and that gives you more space for a better web browsing experience.
Safari: The fastest of the three, and an Apple product with tabs that fill up the width of the toolbar. If you have multiple tabs open, scrolling through them is so cool and fun — similar to scrolling on an iPad or iPhone. Reader is a great way to read articles in Safari without the interruption of ads or other side bars that can get distracting.
These were only a few differences listed here but testing them out is the best way to figure out your preference. You can test all three in Studio 300.