As Browser Wars Get Personal, Firefox Gives Privacy A Try
Firefox is testing an update that would keep users' data truly private, a feat Chrome and Edge might not be able to beat.By Leah Becerra | August 16, 2015
Oh, how the mighty have fallen.
Both Internet Explorer and Firefox at one point were rulers of the free Web. Now, according to data from W3Schools, they're being trampled by Google's Chrome. But the two browsers in second and third place do have one thing in common; they're both fighting to get users back.
The most recent battle started with the launch of Windows 10. When Microsoft users updated their computers, their default browser was switched to Microsoft Edge, and it's not easy to change it back. That's about the same time the maker of Firefox started getting real scrappy.