Mozilla is the not-for-profit company that makes Firefox. I have used Firefox for decades.
As far as "which is better", Edge, Chrome, and Firefox all have different strengths. For me, the main difference is that Mozilla doesn't collect and use/sell my data the way Microsoft and Google do.
You might also want to check out Safari, Vivaldi, and Opera, which are free-ware browsers.
There's a new one that just recently entered the market; DuckDuckGo. I've not used it or researched it, though they claim to not collect your data.
I used Outlook for many years then switched to Firefox. The computer I had at the time began having problems running it, though, and I switched to Chrome and stayed there. I sometimes have to resort to using Edge on some sites that don't work as well with Chrome, though.
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I use Firefox and have been quite pleased. I wasn't aware DDG hada browser, but I switched to using DDG as my default search engine. There are a few cases (mostly really niche and rare stuff) where Google will do better simply by having more information about you, but for almost everything I need DDG does just fine.