Although EZ-download.com doesn't offer a lot of download options, the site is clean, professional, informative, and easily navigable. When I downloaded Firefox, the site used a built-in installer that further simplified the download process. The information presented on the download page told me a lot about Firefox, and gave me a heads up on which features to look for. Although Firefox isn't quite as sharp as Chrome, it is incredibly customizable and user-friendly. One of my favourite features is the built-in security. I appreciate having a browser that notifies me when sites are logging my content, and asks permission before allowing cookies or scripts to run on my system. Another feature I really enjoy is the ability to customize the home page tabs; I can start with one main page every time, save all of my open tabs from my last session, or set any number of specific tabs to load every time I bring up my browser. For a free browser, Firefox is the best combination of security and usability I've ever seen. It also allows a wide range of add-ons for everything from a rebate finding plugin to a developer tool that enables source code examination.