Mozilla Firefox Quantum has been officially launched. Mozilla’s latest browser is claimed faster with a neater interface than previous versions. Mozilla officially launched the latest Firefox 57 browser that comes with significant renewal, both inside and outside (interface). The latest version is available for third platforms (32 bit and 64 bit), ie Windows, Linux, and MacOS.
Previously, the beta version of Firefox 57 which is also named as Firefox Quantum. This browser has been tested several months ago. The final version (stable version) is available on the Mozilla server for you loyal users of this open-source browser.
FirefoxQuantum now comes with a new and fresher GUI. This release more importantly is the Quantum / Stylo CSS engine developed from scratch (in Quantum Project). That changing feature for faster, more efficient, secure and secure browser performance stable.
Mozilla Firefox Quantum became a massive browser update that Mozilla released since 2004. The development of Quantum Firefox takes about six years.
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Mozilla claimed Firefox Quantum can work two times faster than its predecessor series. Even in its official website, Mozilla mentioned that Quantum Firefox browser is 30 percent lighter / lighter than its rival, Google Chrome.
This update certainly gives a new experience for internet users. When surfing the internet using Quantum Firefox, users can open dozens of tabs without having to worry about the browser being slow.
In addition to improving the speed of browsing the internet, Firefox also added some other updates to its browser view, called Photon.
Photon on Firefox Quantum provides new themes, menu items, and tab design, which is expected to improve the efficiency of its users.
Another change in Firefox Quantum is an article save service from Pocket. This service is a product that Mozilla acquires from Read it Later Inc. in February 2017. This service allows users to save articles and other content to a private reading list.
Firefox Quantum will be equipped with various features, including traditional enterprise extensions. Quantum Firefox allows users to take screenshots directly from within the browser, save web pages for later viewing with Pocket, sync tabs with Firefox version, and more.