You can't quantify performance through daily use, which is why you'll never see it in "reviews" or "comparison posts." You're looking for opinion posts/articles, which are just as loaded (much more so infact) than the former, and change drastically from person to person.Guest said:
i'll take chrome vs firefox every day. all the benchmark suck on bailey use. show me on daily use dude not numbers.
didnt google buy youtube far after youtube was already number 1? google also forces you to sign up to there email to use most of there services including the simple purchase of a android phone service plan, in which use chrome is on by default. they may have a lot of people signed up for chrome but I really don't think very many people actually use it. I like google but after they took over youtube its become riddled with ads. I hope they don't ruin firefox.lawfer said:
Firefox has to redo its interface... it has to improve its on-screen menu responsiveness (currently dragging and moving tabs is a complete pain in the *** in comparison to Opera or Chrome). Firefox's current interface seems like a desperate attempt at copying Chrome and Opera; it looks bulky, and not "fast." Because, it is fast, but it doesn't "feel" fast.
Main reason why Chrome has also gained so much market share is because, well, why does Google+ have over a 50 million members already? Why is Android the most used mobile operating system in the planet? Why is YouTube the largest, most viewed video sharing website on earth? Why is Google the #1 search engine? Well, because of, you know, Google. It's called brand trust.
That's not to say, of course, that Chrome doesn't deserve it's popularity; but we have to be clear with ourselves, and see exactly why it has gotten so big in such a short time.