Windows 10 already includes two browsers: Edge and Internet Explorer 11. Edge is Microsoft’s new browser and replaces Internet Explorer 11, which is only provided for backwards compatibility with websites written for IE.
There is nothing stops you from installing alternatives, either as your default browser or for other purposes. For example, you can use a separate browser for Facebook and/or Gmail, to reduce cross-site tracking, or use different browsers for different Twitter accounts.
I use Firefox most of the time, but I use IE for some websites, such as Gmail. I also use Firefox for youtube and other video sources, because I feel it works better.
Why I use Firefox Web browser
Firefox is generally as fast as Chrome but more configurable, and it’s much better at handling tabs. You can scroll through dozens of tabs with a mouse-wheel, pick them off a drop-down list, or find them by typing the site’s name into the address bar and selecting “Switch to tab”. It uses less memory than Chrome.
There are numerous benefits that Firefox has.
One of them is the popup blocking capability. You no longer have to see all those frustrating popup windows since the browser will take care of them.
Firefox browser is also offering you a higher level of security. spyware and adware programs cannot be automatically install in the Firefox browser.
Whether it's enhanced security, improved speed, or greater flexibility through customizable options and plugins, the right browser can have a huge effect on your online life.
I’ve used Firefox and recommended a lot of different browsers for Windows, including Internet Explorer, Chrome. Times have change, and so do web browsers. You can always switch to whichever web browser that feels better for you.