In a recent Digital Trends article, Shubham Agarwal argues that the current build of Mozilla's Firefox Web Browser performs comparatively to Google's Chrome Web Browser. The two browsers are built on different rendering engines: Gecko Rendering Engine and Chromium, respectively. The author makes points towards Firefox's privacy features and its break from the hegemony of Google over the open internet.

"In November, fed up with Chrome’s resource-hogging practices and Google’s growing web monopoly, I gave Firefox another shot. Similar to my earlier experiments, I updated Firefox to the latest version, fired up my usual set of web apps, and crossed my fingers. And somehow, months later, I’m still writing this piece in Google Docs on Firefox."


Last modified: March 2, 2020