DID YOU KNOW?
The first ever web browser was born back in 1990? W3C Director Tim Berners-Lee invented it and called it " WorldWideWeb". It caused too much confusion with the World Wide Web as the time. It was thus renamed to "Nexus" instead. It was not until 5 years later that Microsoft's Internet Explorer. It was the most popular choice during that the time. This was when web browsers were starting to gain mainstream appeal and recognition. Apple released its own web browser made for their Mac computers called Safari in 2003. Mozilla Firefox released a year later, replacing the outgoing Netscape Navigator. 2008 marked a great milestone for web browsers with the release of Google's Chrome.
It became one of the best web browsers since its release. Following in second was Mozilla's Firefox browser. I could not quite match Chrome in speed and performance but that is not to say that it was slow by any means. What sets it apart from Chrome was that it boasts far more customization options. It had the largest catalog of extensions and add-ons. The best firefox add-ons are free and available for all type of needs. From themes and visual add-ons to other which enhances its base functionality. It also has a good selection of ad blockers. In the last couple of years, Chrome has been catching up. Despite this, Firefox remains as the customization king.