F. Daniel, Content Optimization Executive, Diploma in Journalism, California
Answered Jul 15, 2019
There are so many web browsers available to access the internet. While some are limited in terms of different operations, they can perform, some are efficiently good because, through them, you can gain access to any website. Examples of these web browsers are Safari and Firefox. I want to assume you know what web browsers are used for. Firefox is different from Safari in some ways. The first difference is the nature of the engine the web browsers are built on.
Safari is built using the Gecko engine, which Firefox is built using the Webkit engine. Another thing is that Safari was created by Mozilla Corporation, while Firefox was designed by Apple corporation. Safari is mostly used on devices Apple products like iPhone, windows, and other smartphones. While Firefox is popular and commonly used by people. It also supports almost every operating system. Finally, Safari looks too simple and it does not contain enough features compared to Firefox.