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TIP: Test Your Browser's Functionality, Security and More
New browsers present new bugs -- added functionality that may not work as it should. Security should also be taken into consideration with the added functionality. So how do programmers, developers and end-users alike test their browser's functionality and security? The site browserscope seem to have the answer.
Browserscope tests the functionality of today's modern browsers but doesn't leave security behind. This tool is really useful.
So before making a recommendation, we took it out for a spin with the favorite browsers of this generation. If you want to try it out for yourself, launch your favorite browser and point it to this URL: http://www.browserscope.org/alltests.
Google Chrome. This is version 12.0.742.122 of Google Chrome.
Mozilla Firefox. Current production release version 5.0.1.
We didn't really need to do much comparison as browserscope already has a database of browsers with which to compare your browser. But we were curious as to where our browser stands in comparison. From the results, it looks like Google's Chrome browser has the edge in all browsers.