Which browser is right for you?

The browser that will best fit your needs depends on your needs.

You could always try a new one, but the ones we tested all had issues with crashes and security issues.

And in all cases, the more you use them, the worse the crashes and bugs become.

And if you’re using one of these browsers, you can probably skip it entirely if you don’t need to, but if you do need to use one, it might be best to switch to one of the ones that have been around longer and have more stable features.

Read moreRead moreThe problems with the Opera browser:1.

No Firefox support2.

The app drawer is hard to navigate3.

The Chrome app drawer seems cluttered with icons4.

You can’t open a new tab, even in the new tab page5.

No support for Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox6.

No full-screen mode for tabs7.

No auto-open for all tabs8.

No ability to remove tabs9.

No “Always open” option for all apps10.

No offline browsing11.

No bookmarking12.

No local storage support13.

No built-in social networking14.

No keyboard shortcuts15.

No automatic updates for your apps16.

No easy way to turn off the built-ins17.

No Chrome Web Store support18.

No app-based cloud services19.

No search and bookmarks20.

No Google Play Games21.

No YouTube video player22.

No Twitter and Instagram streamer23.

No Apple TV streaming services24.

No Skype audio and video chat client25.

No social networking apps26.

No Dropbox, iCloud and Google Drive27.

No web storage support28.

No smart lock support29.

No mobile browser for tablets30.

No integrated email support31.

No Safari mobile browser32.

No Cortana voice control for Siri and Google Now3.5 stars out of 5The following browsers have the best user experience:Opera, Google Chrome, Opera Mini, Opera Full, Opera Edge, Opera Android, Opera Mobile, Firefox, Chrome OS, Apple TV, Google Assistant, Amazon Fire TV, Microsoft Xbox One, Roku, Amazon Kindle Fire, Amazon Chromecast, Apple HomePod, Amazon Echo, Amazon Wifi, and Amazon Fire Stick.

The Windows 10 versions are not supported by our testing, but they are all up-to-date.

(If you’re not seeing a browser in the list, it means the browser is missing a major update.)

The problems you might run into when using a new browser:Browser compatibility:Operas, Chrome, Firefox (Chrome), Opera Mini (Opera), Opera Full (Operas), Chrome OS (Chromas), Apple TV (OS X), Apple Home (OSX), Roku, Apple Chromecast (OS), Amazon FireTV (Fire), Amazon Chromecaster (Fire TV), Amazon WIFI (Wifi), Amazon Echo (Echo), Amazon Alexa (Alexa), and Amazon WAF.

ChromeOS and iOSOS: No ChromeOS support for Windows 10.

No native apps on iOS.

Browser compatibility with apps on Windows 10:Operators: No support.

Windows 10: No native applications.

Operators with built- in apps:No native apps.

Windows 8.1, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows 2003, Windows 2008, Windows 2009, Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows RT, and Windows RT 8.x: No apps.

Windows 10 Anniversary Update: No app support.

No native Chrome browser.

Internet Explorer: No full screen mode.

No tabbed browsing.

No support for browser extensions.

No online storage.

No ability to add or remove extensions.

No browser extensions for Chrome.

No local storage.

Internet browser with full screen: Chrome browser, Safari browser, Opera browser, Edge browser, Firefox browser, YouTube video browser, Firefox browser, Chrome Webstore browser, Amazon Alexa, Amazon Google Assistant browser, Microsoft Chrome browser for Android, Amazon Cloud Reader, Microsoft Edge browser for mobile, Microsoft Outlook browser, Bing Web browser, Google Now browser, and Google Voice search engine browser.

No offline browsing.

No browser-based search engine.

No way to view notifications or calendar events.

No live tile support.

No remote desktop support.

Internet Browser with no built–in apps: Chrome Web browser.

No audio and image streaming.

No video editing.

No Google Play games.

No Bing News.

No Gmail.

No Mail.

No email.

No messaging.

No calendar events and reminders.

No YouTube video chat.

No Facebook Live.

No Hangouts.

No photo sharing.

No image editing.

No media streaming.

No Facebook messenger.

No text messaging.

No SMS.

No Twitter.

No Microsoft Teams.

No Microsoft Teams video chat, or Skype video chat with a friend.

No SkyDrive.

No Xbox Live.

No Skype.

No Spotify.

No Pandora.

No LINE.

No Hangouts video chat (no video or audio).

No text and