Remember we have to set some ground rules such as not getting into addons.
All these do is fetch web content, render and show the results. That's it. If they didn't work, they would not be useful. As to differences I use all but the Microsoft browsers because of one simple fact. Ready?
It's used by so many that it's the biggest target for exploits. Easy to avoid by using anything else.
-> Each one has a different interface, sync system and some may use more RAM or more CPU power but does it matter? Only if it matters to you.
Having choices is good. If anyone takes up the mantle to wage another browser war then they are just doing that and you let them carry on.
I can't think of any key concepts that differ on the large side of the discussion. Except one.
Microsoft may be the slowest to patch.
Can anyone provide some primary differences between Chrome, Safari, Firefox, and Internet Explorer?
I'm researching this for an entry-level tech class and it's tough focusing the info I've learned. I know they each have pros and cons, varying levels of security, customization, extensions, speed, etc., but if you had to really nail it down to a few key concepts, what would you say stands out for each?
Any tips are appreciated.