I found that switching web browsers is actually more effective and efficient for me because my activities mostly surfing activity in a web browser. Which led me to a new question, “what is the best web browser?” I compared 15 web browsers by using Robohornet and found a shocking result.

Vivaldi is the most suitable for me, for the reasons I am writing here. But which one is the best? And I do not know how to say and explain it, then I used Robohornet to show it to me.

Also, read about why Vivaldi is the best web browser for me.

What Is The Best Web Browser – Challenge – Day 1

The video shows us that Brave has the lowest point (45.92), followed by Qupzilla, Firefox Nightly, Yandex, Phoebe, Slimjet, and Opera Neon with the highest point (72.78).

That means Brave is the best, right? We’ll find the shockingly answer later in this post.

So today I decided to continue the web browser comparison to find out which web browser is the best.

For a refreshment, yesterday we’ve tested Brave, Qupzilla, Nightly, Yandex, Phoebe, Slimjet, and Opera Neon. And now we’re going to test 8 more:

  1. Chrome
  2. Chrome Canary
  3. Maxthon
  4. Omniweb
  5. Opera
  6. Seamonkey
  7. Waterfox
  8. Vivaldi
  9. Brave
  10. Qupzilla
  11. Nightly
  12. Yandex
  13. Phoebe
  14. Slimjet
  15. Opera Neon

So here it is:

As you can see in the video, Maxthon has the highest score, 117.75. According to what I found online, the results in larger numbers are better. This kind of makes me confused, because that’s not what I experienced when I use those big point browsers. I tried to find the answer here. This is what I call as the shocking result.

What is the “score” for a benchmark? Is it a 1/time measurement, i.e. a higher score is better? If so, I don’t understand why b.benchmarkScore is in the denominator. Also, that looks like a list comprehension but the end result is a number, so that’s also odd.

Can you find your web browser choice after watching the video?