Poll Which will be your browser of 2018 ?

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Which will be your browser of 2018 ?

  • Google Chrome

  • Mozilla Firefox

  • Microsoft Edge

  • Opera

  • Other (Specify in thread)

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Level 42
Feb 23, 2014
Operating System
Windows 10
Installed Antivirus
Brave Browser for 2018 :)
The problem I have with Brave is they haven't updated Bitwarden to the latest version (they control the extension updates) and haven't even responded to the developer asking them to do so on their Github.
Nov 10, 2017
Operating System
Windows 10
Installed Antivirus
Well nothing changes i'm good with Chrome as old because i don't have any problem with it if there is some problem i might switch to Firefox.


Level 26
Content Creator
Aug 17, 2017
Installed Antivirus
Qihoo 360
I like Firefox Quantum as @silversurfer mentioned but Chrome is the most stable for me and also the fastest so for that reason Chrome wins. But I'd like to use Firefox if it was faster for me

I have AMD Ryzen 5 and plenty of memory, a good HDD... Chrome doesn't hesitate, every single other browser does. Not sure what its about but then again, Chrome uses more memory than all of them for me so that is probably why it has that tad boost. Memory usage doesn't always = faster but in this scenario it could very well be a key.

It's always been this way for all my systems since I was born. I still remember trying to load up BBC news in the hospital while I was crying after just being born, but Microsoft Edge was too slow. So I had to download Google Chrome with it, and then it was happy days for speed


Level 13
Dec 4, 2014
Operating System
Windows 10
Installed Antivirus
I plan to stick with Firefox Quantum, due to its speed. I was using Chromium based browsers such as Cent and 360 Extreme Explorer previously, but the new Firefox is noticeably faster on my system.

This is my first time using Firefox, as I can configure other browsers such as Cent, 360 and Maxthon, to name a few, to work how I want, without needing to install any extensions. As a result, I've always avoided it in the past. However, I managed to find a few add-ons which let me configure Firefox to work how I want it to, so I switched to it, due to its speed.