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Google chrome FTW!

Comment by the_moviediary
about Google Chrome · Jul 2017 ·

No browser could ever match chrome. I always google chrome whenever I search for something online.

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Chrome

Comment by elifitak
about Google Chrome · Jul 2017 ·

Google Chrome is better than IE Edge. I use always Chrome

 

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Perfect browser

Comment by Ivan520
about Google Chrome · May 2017 ·

Chrome is the best browser i've ever used, light, fast, secure. Very easy to sync and mange my bookmarks across my devices. Also like to use gmail to deal with my emails.

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Vulnerable to Unicode text phishing scam

Comment by garychike
about Google Chrome · Apr 2017 ·

Vivaldi, although based on Chrome, is not vulnerable like Chrome is to the Unicode text phishing scam.

https://sg.finance.yahoo.com/news/google-chrome-firefox-phishing-scam-183049337.html

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Don't believe the benchmarks

about Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox · · 2 Helpful

Chrome is not a horrible browser, but what bugs me quite often is how many publications praise its performance. The reason for this is, I believe, the way in which people measure performance. They usually have certain websites and tools to collect metrics – but those are run in a single tab. What has become annoyingly obvious to me with prolonged use of Chrome, is that it deals very poorly with increasing numbers of tabs.

With many open tabs, let's say one or two dozen, Chrome's interface will start breaking down and behaving inconsistently. Not just scrolling and clicking in websites can have delays or 5 to 10 seconds, but the Chrome window itself will start showing the same behaviour. It can take many seconds for Chrome to close a tab of open its menu after you click, and choosing context menu options becomes a test of patience. It won't usually bring up the crashed tab prompt anymore. At some point, the interface might stop responding entirely. It will still be reactive, showing mouse-over effects and such, but clicks won't have an effect any longer. The usual disclaimer applies: this is not a problem with my system, an extension, or particular version of Chrome. I've witnessed it across many Chrome versions over the years, after a clean install, on Windows, Mac, and Linux systems.

This is really quite baffling because one of the features Chrome advertises is its multi-process architecture, that for example prevents a crashing tab from crashing the entire browser. Firefox only started implementing something similar very recently, but it never had those problems with large numbers of tabs. Firefox has its own memory consumption and performance problems, of course. But even with several hundreds of tabs, it doesn't show such an extreme drop in performance. I've once experimented by having a Firefox session with well over a thousand tabs, and it didn't perceivably slow down the browser! Only after many hours of use I started noticing some sluggishness, but in the same way that it happens with Firefox when running just a few tabs. And even if it did croak, you can always close Firefox, use its very reliable session restore functionality to have all the tabs back open (the recovery takes about half a minute with 1000+ tabs, by the way), and Firefox will only lazy-load tabs to memory as they are activated again, so it remains fast for a long time, while Chrome seems to insist on always loading everything at once.

On paper, Firefox should be architecturally less prepared to deal with a large number of tabs. So I can only conclude that, at least in this aspect, the programmers working on Firefox are a lot more skilled than whatever engineers Google hired for Chrome. Firefox's code is of immensely higher quality in this regard.

So this is something to consider if you like working with a lot of tabs, like me. Firefox will let you, Chrome will crash and burn.

Good and honest feedback, I use firefox myself as my main browser for everything especially heavy browsing, and chrome for coding.
There is extension that will help you if you want to use chrome with many tabs it's called The Great Suspender, give it a try.

Thanks for the suggestion, I'm definitely going to give that a try soon! The description of the extension sounds promising.

You'll probably need another extension (if it exists) for how Chrome handles tabs in the UI, if you really want to work with a lot of them. Firefox has a minimum width for tab riders which will keep part of their title visible, and display the overflow in a drop-down menu of all tabs. In Chrome, on the other hand, tab riders keep getting narrower until they become impossible to distinguish and hard to click, and there is no overflow menu, the tabs that don't fit on the screen will just be invisible until the number of open tabs drops again.

You are right it's getting worth with lots and lots of tabs, maybe you can use some sort of tab grouping.

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Great browser

Comment by alanwong
about Google Chrome and Vivaldi Browser · Nov 2016 · -2 Helpful

Google Chrome is a great browser and a lot better than Vivaldi Browser. Chrome keeps updating with cool stuff like the new cast feature, better extensions and lot better security. Vivaldi has more customizing features, but has a long way to go to compete with Chrome.

Chrome is spyware: its collates information about the user with Gmail, Youtube, Google Search and all the rest so that Google can make money. It's simply dangerous to gather that much personal information about every aspect of people's lives. (To say nothing of the fact that Google, being a US company, is legally compelled to hand that information to the NSA when asked for under the National Security Letter system.)

As for Vivaldi: It's not open source, but it's not integrated to the Google ecosystem so by that much at least it's not spying on its users browsing habits. Also, it can't be true that Chrome has better extensions than Vivaldi: all Chrome extensions are 100% compatible with Vivaldi. Whatever extensions Chrome has, Vivaldi has too.

Finally, suppose you want to browse the web using a VPN. Your browser is likely to leak your real IP address if you don't switch off WebRTC. In Firefox? No problem. In Vivaldi? Yep, the option is there. Chrome? No.

If you want Chrome functionality without the spyware aspect, don't just go to Chromium (that too has privacy problems). Try Iridium or Ungoogled Chromium.

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the best

Comment by philroberto10
about Google Chrome · Nov 2016 · 1 Helpful

this is my go to browser, i like it, the user interface is great. I'm very used to it too

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The best browser so far

about Google Chrome · ·

I already tried Opera, Vivaldi and Firefox. None of them are so good as Chrome. Chrome is light, fast and it simply works. And it is the most secure one. I recomed Chrome for everyone.

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great browser

Comment by rafaellabertonili27
about Google Chrome · Oct 2016 ·

I use it all the time, never had any issues with it and I also used my gmail and keed my things in my drive, i love it

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Nice to have and good to be installed as a backup browser BUT ...

Comment by ITSecMedia
about Google Chrome · Oct 2016 ·

Vivaldi browser rockz so much more!

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always use it

Comment by marycosme4
about Google Chrome · Aug 2016 ·

I always use it, i love it. I think is the best one

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my go-to browser

Comment by cassiedonell01
about Google Chrome · Jul 2016 ·

i use this all the time, i think works better for me, it's simple and fast

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works fine

Comment by rondapuck1206
about Google Chrome · Apr 2016 ·

i use this a lot and has always worked fine for me.

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