@Lazeez Jiddan (Webmaster)
what is your browser of choice?
I have to say, these days it's Chrome. It used to be Firefox, but that was some time ago. (I just checked, and I don't even have Firefox installed at this time.)
The major reason I shifted from Firefox was when they had an upgrade that incapacitated the majority of my installed extensions, and then that kept happening time and again, so I said "bleep this bleep, I'm outta here!"
My secondary browser is Microsoft Edge. There have been times when things have gone weird on my system and I'll experience problems with Chrome that don't replicate with Edge, so it's my backup while I figure out just what's gone weird inside my computer's software interactions. Of course, there's also that Chrome doesn't want to allow me to download Youtube videos using a browser extension... which is not unreasonable given that both are submarkets of Google, and Google isn't going to allow it's various submarkets to adversely affect the revenue streams of the other submarkets. Microsoft has no such concerns about _Google's_ submarkets, so it allows extensions to Edge that can download videos from Youtube.
I must admit, one of the selling points with both of these browsers is that your settings, once you have signed in, sync between your various machines. Which does require them to be stored by the browser provider; if you don't trust the firm that produces the browser, this would _not_ be a selling point.
Both of them, I will concede, have made changes to your ability to tweak their settings that actually make it harder to do things that I like to do to customize my experience than it used to be. So far it hasn't aggravated me to the extent that I've actively started looking for an alternative again.