Is it better to use Chrome or Firefox?
Both browsers are very fast, with Chrome being a little faster on desktop and Firefox a little faster on mobile. Theyre both also resource-hungry, though Firefox becomes more efficient than Chrome the more tabs you have open. The story is similar for data usage, where both browsers are pretty much identical.
What are the pros and cons of Firefox?
8 Pros and Cons of FirefoxIt has security features that are automatically embedded into it. The user experience is virtually the same. Firefox offers a number of very helpful extensions to the browsers. The interface has minimalistic qualities to it. There are several compatibility issues. •22 Aug 2015
Why is Firefox still the best browser?
Its a very close-run competition, but we believe that Firefox is the best browser you can download today. It supports all the same browser extensions as Google Chrome, due to it being based on the same Chromium engine.
Are Firefox accounts safe?
If you have Firefox Accounts and enabled the Sync functionality, your sync login data (usernames, passwords, hostnames) is fully encrypted once its created and/or modified. However, Mozilla cannot decrypt your usernames and passwords when they are stored on the sync server.
Can Firefox passwords be hacked?
Get added security with Firefox Monitor Even when protected by the best passwords, your various online accounts — from party invitations to vacation reservations — are still vulnerable to hacking. Data breaches arent unusual and with all of us creating more accounts, were more vulnerable than ever.
Should I let Firefox remember my passwords?
Dont allow your browser to save your passwords. If you do, those passwords are vulnerable. All someone has to do is have access to your computer (remote or physical) and, unless you use Safari or the Master Password feature in Firefox, those passwords are available for anyone to see.
Is Firefox slower than Chrome?
Which one slows down your computer faster? Mozilla touts that its Firefox browser uses 30% less RAM than Chrome. With this in mind, Firefox is likely to slow down your computer faster than Chrome is.