1, One of the most wanted feature request enabling support for browser extensions
2, Opera basically adds another third party server to the game, that is between you and your information, and deals with your private data.
1, Does not give a way to block adware tracking cookies
1, Perhaps Chrome's biggest draw is its multiprocess architecture, which, in a nutshell, protects you from having a bad Web page or application take your browser down.
2, One of Chrome's signature features is its Omnibox, an integrated all-purpose bar at the top of the browser. You can type in a URL or a search term--or both--and Chrome takes you to the right place without asking any questions
1, There is a lack of add-ons
2, There is very little trust, when it comes to Google tracking user data, and from Chrome, it has a license to track everywhere you go.
1, Safari is the fastest web browser on any platform
2, You can search any text on any website with the integrated find banner
1, Lacks customization capabilities
2, All plug-ins crop up on the screen and there is no proper management
1, Provides an environment for web developers in which they can use built-in tools
2, Includes pop-up blocking, tab-browsing, integrated Google search, simplified privacy controls, a streamlined browser window
1, Constant script errors
2, Infrequent crashes
1, Hardware accelerated graphics allow websites to run smoother and faster in your browser
2, The Thumbnail Preview Controls allow you to navigate a menu or pause a video from your task bar
1, Has lots of bugs and glitches
2, Pages load in an awkward manner
1, Some websites dont load
2, Crashes often while browsing through a few sites
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