Chrome Vs Safari
In the previous post, we had compared Chrome vs Opera to find which is a better browser. In this post, we will compare Google Chrome with Safari to find which is a better browser.
The latest addition to the world of web browsers made a huge hype among the Internet users. Chrome was welcome by almost all Internet users and it came out with a high profile as it is a product of Google. Since then, there have been many comparisons between web browsers and this article is going to be one of them. Let’s compare Google Chrome versus Apple Safari.
Usability - Chrome vs Safari
Safari is a fully featured web browser which offers many features in a user friendly manner. Safari almost resembles the layout of any common web browser making it easy to use. Chrome has redefined some of the standard features such as tabs, so a new user will have to go through a little learning curve.
Tabs - Chrome vs Safari
Safari uses the standard tab system where you have many tabs in the browser frame under a common menu bar. Chrome offers separate menus for each tab making each tab a separate web browser window. Unlike Safari, Chrome users can drag tabs and formulate separate web browser windows.
Memory Utilization - Chrome vs Safari
The tests that have been conducted so far reveal that Chrome is much efficient in memory utilization. Each tab of Chrome is a separate process in the operating system with advanced memory management.
Launch Speed - Chrome vs Safari
Chrome has the best record for the speed compared to all main-stream web browsers. Google has build Chrome to be light weight and this makes Chrome faster than any other main-stream browser.
Plug-ins - Chrome vs Safari
Safari has a rich collection of plug-ins for various purposes. Chrome still supports a limited number of plug-ins and many of them come from Google itself.
Performance - Chrome vs Safari
Security - Chrome vs Safari
Safari inherits the rock solid security model from the platform (UNIX) and has a few vulnerabilities reported so far. Chrome is built with advanced security in mind and it has its own sand-box for checking for potential dangers in web content. As far as the security aspect is concerned we can safely conclude that both browsers stand at the same level at present.
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