browsers

Rank

Chrome 5 vs Firefox 3.x

  1. This browser launches fast

    90% 10%
  2. This browser is minimal

    89% 11%
  3. Javascript runs fast in this browser

    89% 11%
  4. This browser is fast to use

    88% 12%
  5. Pages render fast in this browser

    87% 13%
  6. This browser is pretty

    80% 20%
  7. This browser is easy to use

    78% 22%
  8. Pages look pretty in this browser

    68% 32%
  9. I regularly use this browser

    62% 38%
  10. I am confident that this browser is secure

    60% 40%
  11. I use this browser for work

    59% 41%
  12. This browser feels native

    58% 42%
  13. Most sites work correctly in this browser

    54% 46%
  14. Most sites render correctly in this browser

    53% 47%
  15. I am forced to use this browser for certain sites

    47% 53%
  16. This browser has features for tasks other than web browsing

    31% 69%
  17. This browser is resource hungry

    27% 73%
  18. This browser has a large feature set

    25% 75%
  19. This browser is extensible

    22% 78%
  20. There is a good community around this browser

    21% 79%
  21. This browser is customisable

    20% 80%
  22. This browser has many user created extensions

    8% 92%

What's going on here?

The absolute rankings are interesting for large scale comparisons but when you want to know about two specific languages it's much more informative to look at how the two fare when they go directly head to head.

Here are all the statements which we've got enough comparisons between Chrome 5 and Firefox 3.x to be meaningful and which of the two our users picked.

The order in which we're presenting them is a little arbitrary (sorry), but we've tried to put the things which they're both good at first so as to give you the most interesting picture of it.