Is Chrome a Good Browser?
Unequivocally, yes. Chrome has one of the most popular web browsers since it was released in 2008, and it still feels like other browsers are still trying to catch up. Even then, the ones that are have been built on Chrome’s own Chromium platform, including Opera, Amazon Silk, and the latest iteration of Microsoft Edge.
Chrome’s lightweight, no-frills approach is informed by its intuitive and simple UI powered by one simple URL bar that can access a wealth of information straight from Google itself. From there, it can be customized completely to your standards, thanks to the massive amount of extensions Chrome supports, which can vastly increase the functionality of the browser.
This web browser also isn’t just for your PC - Chrome also benefits from the connectivity Google has baked into all of its properties. So if you have a device that runs Chrome, from a smart TV to a laptop to a phone to a tablet, all you need is your Google account information and you can be signed into all of them, with your bookmarks sitting there waiting for you. You’ll also share search histories with the devices as well, so you can access everywhere you’ve been in a snap. That level of versatility is incredibly hard to beat, and has been a major source of the browser’s success.