This week, Mozilla launched Firefox 57—aka Quantum—the biggest update to the browser in its 13 year history. 75% of Firefox’s code has been rewritten for Quantum, 5,000,000 lines of code in total. 700 developers, including 80 volunteers, have contributed to the codebase since August. It is, in effect, a brand new browser. Firefox has always […]
Firefox 57 was released this week, and with it came changes to the browser's New Tab Page, and a new library icon in the browser's main toolbar. Mozilla added a highlights section to the New Tab Page and the library icon menu of Firefox. Show More Summary
Commentary: A new ad from Mozilla to launch its Quantum browser suggests it wants to end your "wait face". As a loyal Firefox user, I've had that face for years.
Mozilla just released their new Firefox "Quantum" browser with new features including built-in screenshots, a save-for-later feature named Pocket, and a Library that holds all of your pocket saves, bookmarks, browsing history, screenshots and downloads in one spot. AppleInsider compares the new release with Safari, and Google's Chrome.
Image. Gizmodo Mozilla's new Firefox Quantum browser launched on Wednesday, and there's a lot to like about it. One change you might notice right away is that it now defaults to the Google search engine instead of Yahoo. Mozilla is framing...Show More Summary
Users of Mozilla Firefox's Send file sharing service and Firefox experiment may protect files with passwords in the latest iteration of the service. The organization launched Firefox Send back in July of 2011 as one of three new Test Pilot experiments (the other two were Voice and Fill Notes). Show More Summary
Image. Mozilla In the nine years that it's been around, Google Chrome's speed and simplicity convinced most of us to make the switch from whatever browser we were using before (though not everyone is a Chrome fan). With a new overhaul and some streamlining, Firefox is hoping to claw back some of that market share. More »
Mozilla terminates its five-year search deal with Yahoo a few months early.
Can Mozilla's new Firefox Quantum browser unseat Google Chrome as the fastest browser?
Mozilla's new Firefox Quantum browser is twice as fast as its predecessors.
Mozilla released a major new version of the organization's Firefox web browser on November 14, 2017. The new version of Firefox promises better performance and stability, came with a theme refresh, and dropped the legacy add-on system on top of all that. Show More Summary
Firefox Pioneer is a feature of SHIELD, a system that Mozilla implemented in Firefox to test new features and changes on a subset of Firefox users. Firefox Pioneer is an opt-in feature of SHIELD. It is offered as a browser extension for the Firefox browser that users need to install. Show More Summary
Mozilla Firefox version 57 for Android has arrived incorporating part of its brand new "Quantum" features. But, so far, it ain't looking good.
In an effort to win back Google Chrome browser users, Firefox released its new Mozilla browser, Quantum, Nov. 14 after two months of beta testing and modification. The browser is faster than its Firefox predecessor, according to TechCrunch,...Show More Summary
A couple of months ago, Mozilla started teasing a new version of the Firefox browser that would be twice as fast as the latest release and 30% lighter than Google Chrome. Dubbed Firefox Quantum, the updated browser would finally give...Show More Summary
Mozilla has wrapped up its "biggest update of code in over ten years with the release of Firefox 57 -- once called "Quantum" -- for macOS, and other platforms.
Mozilla's new Firefox Quantum is ready for action, packing faster response times, higher performance, and hopefully more market share relative to Google Chrome. The post Firefox’s Quantum Browser Delivers Faster Performance, Lower RAM Usage appeared first on ExtremeTech.
With the launch of Firefox Quantum, Mozilla released what’s probably the most important update to its browser in recent years. It’s faster, lighter and you should give it a try. And as you do so, you’ll notice another change: Google is now the default search engine again — at least if you live in the U.S., Canada, Hong Kong and Taiwan. In 2014, Mozilla struck a deal… Read More
The browser market may about to become a lot more competitive. The Mozilla Foundation today launched Firefox Quantum, a new iteration of its open-source browser hailed as the most significant release since the first stable version came out in 2004. Show More Summary