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Mozilla’s latest Firefox Quantum browser is out, twice as fast as original browser

15 November 2017 3

Mozilla released its version 56 of the Firefox browser two months ago bringing support for Adobe Flash weeks after which it withdrew support for systems running on Windows XP & Vista. A month after it started testing the Firefox Rocket browser for users in Indonesia, the not-for-profit organisation is now rolling out the official version of its latest Firefox Quantum browser, which is twice as fast as its original browser from six months ago.

Coming out of its beta program which lasted for the past couple of months, the Firefox Quantum browser consumes 30% lesser memory than Chrome, making switching through tabs much easier and swift. The browser, with its minimalistic design, has a Pocket service built right into its toolbar for saving pages and content with easier accessibility.

The latest version of Firefox browser can also take screenshots without you needing to download a third party app or install an extension. Users can view their saved and favorite content in the built-in library which displays the latest bookmarks, Pocket saves, screenshots and the browsing history.

The addition of an easier access toolbar doesn’t mean you’re getting rid of extensions and themes as the browser still supports third-party add-ons. Users will be able to synchronize their bookmarks, passwords and other related data between Firefox applications on desktops and smartphones alike, meaning you’d only need to sync it once to use its features across various platforms.

The Mozilla Firefox Quantum is already out for downloads and users can install the latest version on any device running on Windows, macOS, iOS or Android.



Mozilla’s latest Firefox Quantum browser is out, twice as fast as original browser
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