Dave Farrington switched browsers. Why?
Privacy and security. Well, more privacy than security, but I lump them together. Firefox for macOS High Sierra offers built-in privacy tools, and similar tools now show up in Firefox for iOS.
What makes Firefox a good browser?
Not only is Firefox on mac very fast, it manages memory better, uses less RAM, and can open dozens of websites in tabs without a hiccup. I’m old school and open many tabs and I hate it that Safari can’t handle the load. Firefox has a Private Browsing mode that forgets your browsing history. It uses an advanced version of the tracking protection in Safari to advertisers from following you across different websites.
Even the iOS version is good.