I don't actually believe that chrome is flawed security wise. I simply recently saw them (Google) pop on the news a lot about their way of dealing with peoples data. I read a few articles about them being fined numerous times because of some privacy issues and how they didn't deal with it.I remember back in the day when Mozilla.org took Netscape Navigator and turned it into FireFox... At the time, FF was the fastest, least bloated, feature rich browser you could get. I have found that in recent years that FireFox has become bloated and slow.
I am curious as to your assertion to Chrome's security. Could you provide me with an explanation and references?
Regardless, IE still loves to pretend to be Firefox. :lol: There's other things about Firefox that I still find to be more secure than IE and chrome however... It's really a juggle between the browsers, and this is why I wish, sometimes, that the best of the best could all be incorporated into one "thing". Doesn't always work that way though.Compared to Chrome and IE, Firefox is much less secure. It lacks the ability to sandbox processes, multi-process containers, and the ability to use integrity levels on any OS that is Vista and onward. It runs in the context of the user with no additional OS security support. I'm still using Firefox simply because I've been using it since it was a little dinosaur and it was called Mozilla, and because I really love NoScript.... but I think about changing to IE often.
I run IE11 on Windows 7 x64 as my main browser. I would say that you definitely should upgrade, personally, as it's more secure and more standards compliant.So should I upgrade to IE11 on Windows 7 x64 I have heard some not good things about IE11. Though my main Browser is Firefox 26 and still have Opera 12.16 and will not use Chrome and will not upgrade to the Chromium based Opera. IE10 is great but can decide if to upgrade to IE11 on Win 7????????