MojoKid writes: The Internet and web browsers are an ever changing congruous mass of standards and design. It's a delicate balance between features, security and performance. In extensive browser performance testing, some similarities are likely to crop up in the results. Although each browser has its own catchy name, some of them share a common web engine. However, if you are in a business environment that's rolling out Windows 10, and the only browsers you have access to are Edge and IE — go with Edge. It's the better browser of the two by far (security not withstanding). If you do have a choice, then there are perhaps better options to consider, depending on your use case. The performance differences between browsers currently are quite small. If you exclude IE, all the other browsers are within 10-20% of each other, in a give-or-take fashion. There is no dominant browser generally speaking. For web standards like HTML5, Blink browsers (Chrome, Opera and Vivaldi) still have the upper-hand, even beating the rather vocal and former web-standards champion, Mozilla.