T.T. O’Brien makes a good case for a better browser experience:
What I’m looking for is what most of us want from a browser. Speed, features, privacy, security. Don’t look for those in Google’s Chrome which is based on the Google inspired Chromium project which is also the basis for Brave, Opera, Vivaldi, and now Microsoft Edge.
Fair enough. What’s wrong with Safari?
Apple claims that Safari is a private browser but continues to use Google as the default search engine thanks to annual payments of pure profit from… insert the drum roll here… Google.
So, why Firefox?
First, speed. No browser is faster. Try it yourself. Second, privacy. None of the major browsers have the same built-in default settings for privacy and security. Firefox has Preferences which have a control panel for Privacy & Security with options to block some trackers, all trackers, and with choices for what to block.
Try it. Firefox is fast.