Today, while Web browsers are widely used to access the Internet resources, there are constant attempts to find exploits and vulnerabilities that can compromise the user’s security and privacy. In this paper, we analyze the security features provided by the most popular browsers, including Chrome, Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, and Opera, with our hands-on experiments and discuss how these features can enhance the security and privacy for users. We identify and analyze the security features in the browsers, considering the concept of sandbox isolation, plug-ins, password storage/synchronization, Google Safe Browsing, private browsing, cookie management, and other security/privacy related features. We believe our work will help users to choose a right browser for their purposes as well as protect their sensitive data and personal information on the Web. Furthermore, our findings and comparison will help the browser developers to improve the quality and security of their future products and services.