The latest Chrome browser brings some updated material design UI, an improved iframe redirect blocker, and 45 security fixes, including 9 that are classified high-severity. Chrome 65 is also the first version of the browser to enable TLS 1.3 by default. Download it for Windows, Mac and Linux here.
Most Android users have Chrome as their default browser but Firefox is also a great option. Firefox 58.0.1 lets you add websites to the home screen like native apps, also brings FLAC playback support.
If you've grown tired of answering those annoying browser prompts every time a website wants to show you notifications or know your location, you can turn the messages off forever with a few clicks in every major browser.
Before Netscape dominated the early days of the web...
It's not Netscape.
Chrome has been taking advantage of sandboxing and multiple processes for many years now, however that's also been partly the culprit of some of its memory hogging issues. Firefox is catching up in this respect, enabling up to four processes to run all tabs, what they say strikes just the right balance between speed and memory use. Mozilla is celebrating this new milestone with Firefox 54 now available for Windows, macOS, Linux and Android.