To celebrate the launch of Firefox Quantum, Mozilla is offering ferry service for three days in New York City. Firefox version 57 is said to be more than twice as fast as Firefox version 56 according to Speedometer 2.0. The fruits of their labor, dubbed Firefox Quantum, finally released to the general public yesterday, bringing a faster, cleaner, and refined experience to Firefox users across the globe.
Meanwhile, the new Firefox browser is now available for download on Windows, Mac or Linux. Google will be the default option in Canada, the U.S., Hong Kong, and Taiwan, but that can be changed to your browser of choice.
On Tuesday, Mozilla launched Firefox Quantum, a reengineered version of the nonprofit's popular Firefox web browser.
Web: Firefox users bouncing between work and personal accounts on a daily basis are probably exhausted of logging in and out, or switching accounts.
One of the best things about the Firefox Quantum is its ability to handle multiple tabs with minimum RAM usage. Notably, instead of C++, Firefox Quantum is written in Rust. Mozilla is planning a number of online and offline campaign gimmicks including the TV and digital video ads, Firefox Fast Ferry in New York, Firefox Fast Pass, podcast IRL, and a Glass Room pop-up.
A new CSS engine has been shipped to which takes advantages of today's hardware and are optimized to lower the power consumptions. Newer regional search deals with Google, Baidu, Yahoo, and Yandex helped bump Mozilla revenues to $421m by 2015.
You can set one up right when you open Firefox Quantum.
In total, more than 700 authors contributed to code development, with an additional 80 volunteers also offering a helping hand. To create Photon, our user research team studied how people browsed the web.
What browser do you now use on your computer?
Mozilla better knows that Chrome has won most of the users of internet browsers by its performance. Firefox Quantum lets you save to Pocket right from the address bar. A new start page not only shows tiles linking to your top sites, but also Pocket-recommended sites and highlights from sites you've frequented.