Oddly enough, Safari for OS X isn’t the best browser you’ll find on your Mac. In fact, Apple’s browser is slowly becoming everything we disowned from Internet Explorer in its worst years.
The main argument for this is the fact that Safari is only updated every year and we will rarely see an update that doesn’t come with a new version of OS X . If not for a security update… Chrome instead has taken the lead in this regard, and introduces new features every few weeks, with regular updates bringing both new features and technologies.
Google is currently the most innovative company on the web. Microsoft for example has had to bring out Edge to compete with Chrome and in fact Mozilla also does the impossible with Firefox, but in Safari we simply see little new developments. Safari sins of updating little and of that introduces characteristics that we take years seeing in other browsers, for example the anchored tabs.
But is still the most user-friendly browser on the Mac . Why, because it’s the only browser that simply works. In Chrome, RAM management is a catastrophe, even when you don’t use extensions. Firefox on the other hand is still a community made browser, with all the bugs that that entails. Edge and IE no longer have a trace on OS X.