For a while, this was a simple, default answer: Chrome. Everybody used Chrome. But over the last year or so, there's been good reason to rethink that.
I've played around with a few browsers over the last 12 months, partially because it's a good experience to write about. But also because it's important to regularly see whether you're getting the best deal.
Over the last few weeks I've switched from Chrome to one of the Firefox Quantum betas. I'd switched previously last year, but the performance wasn't as snappy as I liked. It's since improved a little to where the difference is imperceptible - at least in my daily usage - and I like how the browser functions enough that I'm happy using it over Chrome for now.
My experiment with Edge last year was disappointing enough that I haven't returned, although surely Microsoft will eventually bring that browser up to speed. I imagine most people will still
Another browser that I've kept my eye on is Vivaldi, a freeware browser that's had the odd tiff with Google over the last couple of years. I've not spent a significant amount of time with it over the last few months, but I'm curious to know if anyone out there has tried it consistently, and how it holds up.
What browser do you use?