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Even if you have a favorite browser that you use by default, it may be time to find one that is faster and more secure. All browsers have the ability to access your favorite sites and bookmarks, but not all are created equal. We’ve taken the top five website browsers based on Speed and Compatibility, Feature Set, Security, & Help and Support.

#1 – Mozilla Firefox

PROS / The new designs focus on simplicity and speed.

CONS / It’s incredibly difficult to reach Mozilla’s support team.

VERDICT / Mozilla Firefox is a versatile and feature-rich browser that’s ideal for both advanced and beginner users.

Firefox’s most recent updates may be enough of a change to draw in web surfers who migrated to other browsers. The new version of Mozilla Firefox provides updates to the web browser that the service has needed for some time. Firefox has ditched the orange tabbed menu that sat on the top left and replaced it with a three-bar button menu that fits on the main toolbar. This design, called Australis, rounds off the tabs and highlights the tab you are currently on, while the other tabs appear more translucent.

#2 – Google Chrome

PROS / Chrome boasts secure browsing and sync capabilities that allow you to access your customized browser from any computer.

CONS / In cold test runs, the browser was not the fastest we tested.

VERDICT / Chrome sets the new standard for every other browser to follow. If you don’t use it yet, it’s time to give it a try.

Since its 2008 release, Google Chrome has steadily gained popularity, to the point where it has acquired the largest share of global internet usage. This internet browser upholds Google’s reputation of innovation and industry dominance. While this software borrows from other well-established services that came before it, it improves on their methods and is now the standard to which other web browsers aspire.

#3 – Opera

PROS / Opera boasts cutting-edge multimodal features and competitive navigation speeds.

CONS / The browser is missing helpful features such as parental controls, and it has compatibility issues with some sites.

VERDICT / Despite some compatibility conflicts, Opera is a secure, fast and feature-rich internet browser worthy of your consideration.

Having started back in 1995, Opera stands as the second-oldest web browser currently in use. This software runs on a Google Chromium system. It is compatible across every platform and device. Opera is not the most popular desktop or mobile browser out there, but many are impressed with its features and security options, and find it to be one of the top internet browsers in its own right.

#4 – Safari

PROS / Safari’s launch and page load times are impressive, and the browser provides all the security features we sought.

CONS / It lacks some of the customization options many competitors offer.

VERDICT / Safari is the go-to browser if you want a clean, unobtrusive browsing experience.

Known for its intuitive usability, Safari is Apple’s lightweight and sleek internet browser. Safari trails behind the best internet browsers in terms of market share, simply because it was a Mac-only application until 2007. It’s not just Safari’s late debut to the entire computing world that keeps it from being a top contender in our lineup; the internet browser is fast and easy to use, but it lacks the customization features that so many users seek in a browser these days.

#5 – Internet Explorer

PROS / Internet Explorer has beefed up its security features to combat phishing and malware.

CONS / The page load speed is below average.

VERDICT / Internet Explorer has added great features, but it still can’t catch up to the best web browsers.

No list of the best internet browsers would be complete without Internet Explorer. In terms of all existing browsers, Internet Explorer is the longest running. It was once the most popular browser, but suffered because the service was stagnant, while other browsers surpassed it in features and security. As it was once the most popular service, it became a target for malicious attacks and viruses. Recently, Internet Explorer has placed a heavy focus on boosting security and fighting malware.