The Chrome web browser won market-share fast, and still is. But people tend to forget who is behind Chrome.
Now Google (or should I say Alphabet?) decided that their Chrome browser feeling faster is worth breaking web sites and going against the established standards that make the Web an open platform. That’s bad.
I’ve been using Firefox since it first appeared, not because it is the fastest, nor because it is the best, but because it is free software, backed by an organisation that pursues its users’ best interests and protects their privacy. Here’s one more reason to do so, if one was needed.
The icing over the cake is that Firefox is getting really fast! If you’ve been using Chrome, think again…